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Topic - Washington Capitals
Chandler Stephenson was taken by the Capitals in the third round of the 2012 draft. He's expected to begin next season in Hershey.
The Capitals went all out in free agency with the signings of Brooks Orpik and Matt Niskanen. Vegas oddsmakers were not impressed.
Jakub Vrana, Andre Burakovsky and Travis Boyd have stood out during the Caps' annual development camp.
Connor Carrick says that if he could do last season all over again, he wouldn't change a thing.
When asked what led them to signing with the Capitals, Brooks Orpik, Matt Niskanen and Justin Peters all pointed to Barry Trotz.
Peters went 7-9-4 with a 2.50 goals-against average and .919 save percentage last season in 21 games with the Carolina Hurricanes. He'll serve as Braden Holtby's backup in Washington.
Orpik has 132 points (13 goals) and 734 penalty minutes in 703 NHL games and had been an alternate captain for Pittsburgh since 2008. He was a member of the 2010 and 2014 U.S. Olympic teams.
The arrival of Todd Reirden from Pittsburgh could give the Caps a better shot at landing free agents Matt Niskanen and Brooks Orpik.
The Capitals' new coach says the Capitals' culture needs to change if they want to win a Stanley Cup.
The Capitals have an excellent history in recent drafts. New GM Brian MacLellan will try to continue that trend.
Mitch Korn has worked with a talented group of NHL goaltenders, including Grant Fuhr, Dominik Hasek and Pekka Rinne.
The Capitals' front office hired a new GM and head coach, and now they must look to fill other coaching voids within the system.
The final three NHL teams still without a head coach could be looking towards assistant coaches to take the lead.
The Capitals are still looking to fill coaching vacancies both in Hershey and Washington but they won't have two former assistants as possible candidates.
They will replace former general manager George McPhee, whose contract was not renewed after 14 seasons with the organization, and former coach Adam Oates, who lasted just two seasons.