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Latest George Mcphee Items
Ted Leonsis is spending this week evaluating whether the Capitals should move forward with or without George McPhee and Adam Oates.
The Capitals have one compliance buyout that can be used by the end of June. Will they use it?
George McPhee has failed to capitalize on the success of one of the best goal scorers of his time, a three-time NHL Most Valuable Player. That's what all this comes down to. He hasn't figured out how to win with Alex Ovechkin.
When an organization comes so close, so many times – four Game 7 losses at home in six years and another on the road - it's easy to pin the blame on small things. The Caps can't do that this time. For the first time since 2007, Washington won't even be a part of the NHL's postseason party.
Center Mikhail Grabovski wants to know who will be the GM and coach of the Capitals before deciding if he wants to re-sign.
The season is over, but the direction that the Capitals' offseason takes is still in limbo after players packed up their equipment at Kettler Iceplex on Monday morning.
The Capitals' evaluation process began Monday with a meeting between George McPhee, Ted Leonsis and Dick Patrick. Adam Oates will wait for his meeting.
Explaining early playoff exits became an annual, awkward task for Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals. This season, for the first time since 2007, they didn't even make the postseason, so now there's something new: real uncertainty.
A 1-0 shootout loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday afternoon at Verizon Center summed up the season well for the Caps, who set an NHL record for shootout games with 21.