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Topic - Jaroslav Halak
The Capitals have limited roster decisions to make this offseason. There are no restricted free agents on the roster and only three players will be unrestricted free agents – winger Dustin Penner, center Mikhail Grabovski and goalie Jaroslav Halak.
For the first time in seven years the Capitals will play a home game that means very little. Catch the action tonight on CSN.
The playoff-bound Chicago Blackhawks were coasting, and the out-of-it Washington Capitals were trying to act like a team that still had heart.
Capitals coach Adam Oates says he was telling the truth when asked about his decision to start Braden Holtby over Jaroslav Halak.
The agent for Jaroslav Halak believes Capitals coach Adam Oates violated the trust between a player and a coach.
Should the playing experiences of Adam Oates and Olie Kolzig have been part of their decision to sit Jaroslav Halak on Tuesday night?
Jaroslav Halak reportedly told the Capitals' coaching staff he was not comfortable facing his former teammates.
Jaroslav Halak will not start against his former team as apparently he does not feel comfortable playing against them.
The Capitals need a win tonight if they hope to extend their playoff hopes another day. All the action live now on CSN!
Last month Jaroslav Halak was traded from a Stanley Cup contender to the worst team in the NHL. He's looking for a little payback.
The New Jersey Devils know the odds are against them as they chase a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Their latest win preserved their chances.
With a win over the Devils and a loss by the Blue Jackets, the Capitals would close within two points of a playoff spot. Catch to tonight's action at 7 on CSN-Plus.
In a matchup between two playoff hopefuls, Dallas came out thoroughly on top with their 5-0 trouncing of the Caps.
An unlikely pair of victories in California two weeks ago had John Carlson thinking the Washington Capitals were playing their best hockey in several years. Things have changed mightily since, punctuated by a 5-0 loss to the Dallas Stars at Verizon Center on Tuesday.
This time, the shootout win went to the Nashville Predators.
"We have really good group of guys in here, and I came here to make the playoffs," Halak said. "And obviously we didn't make it. I've got unfinished business here, so you know, I wouldn't be against coming back. We'll see what the future brings."
Notes: D Mike Green said he missed the last four games because of a cracked rib. ... C Marcus Johansson was wearing a cast on his broken left forearm. ... C Brooks Laich did not pass his end-of-season physical - he had surgery on a groin muscle last month - but said he expects to be fine for training camp. ... G Jaroslav Halak, acquired at the trade deadline and now an unrestricted free agent, said: "I wouldn't be against coming back, so we'll see what the future brings."