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Latest Michael Green Items
The Capitals have one compliance buyout that can be used by the end of June. Will they use it?
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.
Capitals coach Adam Oates described defenseman Mike Green as an 'enigma' that needs to be better next season.
The Capitals are facing quite a few decisions after missing the playoffs for the first time in seven years.
Rookie defenseman Connor Carrick is the latest Caps defenseman with limited NHL experience to play down the stretch.
Mike Green will be sidelined for the Capitals upcoming games due to an upper body injury.
The Capitals may be forced to play down stretch without the services of defenseman Mike Green.
If the Caps hope to get into the playoffs they'll need to do with without Mike Green.