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Latest Semyon Varlamov Items
Tomas Vokoun is not a loser.
Michal Neuvirth was the man.
Braden Holtby knows that — barring injury — he has no chance to start the season in the NHL. In a strange way, that might be a good thing for him.
Usually how well a team performs in free agency is a matter of debate. Naturally, people around hockey value acquisitions and contracts differently.
Usually, the trade deadline in February is when NHL general managers take a look at their teams and make moves to prepare for the playoffs. But after a few years of failure in April and May, Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee got a head start.
The Washington Capitals were in an advantageous position Friday when the Colorado Avalanche called, interested in a goaltender.
Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee says he absolutely did think he was done assembling the major parts of his team for next season.
So much for leaving it to the two youngsters. Tomas Vokoun will now be a part of the goalie mix for the Washington Capitals.
Friday afternoon Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee pulled off what looked like a heist by trading oft-injured goaltender Semyon Varlamov to the Avalanche for first- and second-round picks.