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Latest Matt Niskanen Items
How will the arrival of Barry Trotz impact the fantasy production of Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom?
With the signing of Nathan Walker the Capitals now have 49 contracted players, one shy of the NHL limit.
Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and new defenseman Matt Niskanen shared insight on what veteran Brooks Orpik will bring to the Caps' blueline.
Matt Niskanen spent four days in northern Virginia, familiarizing himself with his new home, his new team and his new head coach.
Ted Leonsis and Matt Niskanen are excited about the direction the Capitals have taken under Barry Trotz. Check it out.
The Capitals, Penguins and Islanders were among the busiest teams in the Metropolitan Division during the opening days of free agency.
When asked what led them to signing with the Capitals, Brooks Orpik, Matt Niskanen and Justin Peters all pointed to Barry Trotz.
Three days after getting married, Matt Niskanen signed a seven-year, $40.25 million contract with the Capitals.
It's hard to dispute that the Capitals improved their blueline this week with the signing of free agents Matt Niskanen and Brooks Orpik, who left the Pittsburgh Penguins for D.C. That was the organization's top goal coming into the offseason to help restart a team that missed the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since 2007.