Black Capitals Player Devante Smith-Pelly Taunted By FansA visiting black NHL player was taunted by four male fans shouting "basketball, basketball, basketball".
D.C.'s Verizon Center Is Now Capital One Arena The downtown home of the NBA's Wizards and NHL's Capitals is now called Capital One Arena.
Baltimore Ravens Rank No. 27 On 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams The NFL is by far the most profitable sports league.
Caps Sign Kuznetsov For 8 Years, Trade Johansson To Devils As the Washington Capitals closed in on a big-money, long-term deal with Evgeny Kuznetsov, they explored ways to make sure they could afford it under the salary cap.
Capitals' Dmitry Orlov Signs $30.6 Million, 6-Year DealThe Washington Capitals re-signed Dmitry Orlov on Friday to a $30.6 million, six-year deal, a contract that reflects his improvement on the ice.
Washington Capitals Re-sign T.J. Oshie On 8-Year ContractThe Washington Capitals have made one of the biggest moves of the NHL offseason by locking up right-winger T.J. Oshie through the 2025-26 season with an 8 year, 46 million dollar deal.
NHL Salary Cap Set At $75 M For 2017-18 SeasonThe NHL salary cap has been set at $75 million for this season in a slight increase over last year.
Capitals Acquire Graovac From Wild For 2018 Fifth-Round PickThe Washington Capitals have acquired forward Tyler Graovac from the Minnesota Wild for a 2018 fifth-round pick.
Chuck Gormley Of The NHL Network On The Penguins Winning Another Stanley CupChuck Gormley of the NHL Network joined Ed and Rob to talk about the Penguins winning their second straight Stanley Cup.
Capitals Announce 2017-18 Preseason ScheduleThe Washington Capitals have released their 2017-18 preseason schedule.
NHL's International Plan Includes China But Not OlympicsThe NHL is heading to Asia next season. Just not the Olympics.
Catfish Tosser Says He Was 'Dumb Redneck With A Bad Idea'A Tennessee man is calling himself a "dumb redneck with a bad idea" after police filed charges against him for throwing a catfish onto the rink in Pittsburgh during the opening of the Stanley Cup Final.