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Latest John Carlson Items
The Capitals added three more players and about $12 million to their annual payroll on Tuesday. Will they require more roster shuffling?
Washington took a step toward solving its weaknesses by signing free agent defenseman Matt Niskanen to a seven-year, $40.25 million contract and his former Pittsburgh Penguins teammate Brooks Orpik to a five-year deal worth $27.5 million.
John Carlson emerged as a No. 1 defenseman for the Capitals during an Olympic that saw him blossom as a top blue liner.
Mike Green knows if the organization decides to head in a different direction – the status of general manager George McPhee and the coaching staff remains uncertain – then he could be headed out of town, too.
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.
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.
Capitals defenseman John Carlson joins Alex Ovechkin as two Capitals preparing to tie the knot.
The Minnesota Vikings have released veteran tight end John Carlson.
The Minnesota Vikings will release veteran tight end John Carlson after two injury-marred seasons.