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Topic - Dmitry Orlov
Rookie defenseman Patrick Wey has invited his family to see his NHL debut against the Nashville Predators tonight on CSN.
Rookie defenseman Patrick Wey will make his NHL debut tonight when the Nashville Predators visit the Capitals at VerizonCenter [7 p.m. CSN].
Why all the negativity surrounding the Capitals lately? What's going on with Erat, Holtby, Oleksy and Wilson? We answer your questions.
The Capitals have used 11 different defensemen this season. Patrick Wey could be their 12th.
If the Capitals trade Marty Erat and Dmitry Orlov, should they look for a forward or defenseman in return?
Capitals coach Adam Oates is managing a potentially volatile locker room these days.
The Capitals recalled defenseman Dmitry Orlov from the Hershey Bears three days after his agent requested a trade.
The Capitals are hoping Marty Erat and Dmitry Orlov can increase their trade value against the Islanders, who have lost eight of their last 10.
What will the Caps do with Marty Erat and Dmitry Orlov? Can they package them for a top four defenseman? Our answers.
The agent for Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov has asked the Capitals to trade him, saying it's the 'only humane thing to do'
Capitals coach Adam Oates wonders why the Capitals stopped playing after falling behind by two goals.
Mike Green says he'll need one more day of practice before returning from a lower body bruise.
Capitals start fast, never look back in 4-1 win over St. Louis.
A year ago, thanks to the lockout-condensed NHL season, the Capitals had played seven regular-season games by the time 18 days had passed from the opening of training camp.
Hillen's deal is worth $1.4 million, so his cap hit will be $700,000 in each of the next two years.
He said the biggest reason Orlov was not in the lineup before Saturday night was the concussion he suffered last season and the strong play of rookie defenseman Nate Schmidt this season.
Capitals coach Adam Oates had that dilemma placed on his lap last week when forward Marty Erat confirmed he had asked George McPhee to trade him, and the agent for defenseman Dmitry Orlov said trading his client was the only "humane" thing to do after not dressing him for an NHL game this season.