Capitals' Evgeny Kuznetsov Suspended 3 Games By NHLWashington Capitals forward Evgeny Kuznetsov has been suspended without pay for three regular-season games by the NHL for "inappropriate conduct," less than a month after he was banned from playing for Russia for four years because of a positive test for cocaine.
Uncertainty With Kuznetsov Threatens To Hang Over CapitalsThey're no longer defending Stanley Cup champions, don't know if one of their best players will be eligible for opening night, are over the salary cap ceiling and face expiring contracts for two franchise cornerstones after the season.
Caps Center Evgeny Kuznetsov Suspended From International Hockey After Positive Cocaine TestWashington Capitals star center Evgeny Kuznetsov was suspended for four years from international play by the International Ice Hockey Federation after a positive test for cocaine.
The Road To Another Stanley Cup Doesn't Look All That Promising For The CapsWhat a difference a year can make. From a championship to all too familiar territory
NHL Clears Capitals' Kuznetsov Over Video Showing PowderThe NHL said Friday it has closed its review of Capitals star Evgeny Kuznetsov and a now-deleted video on social media that appears to show him in a hotel room with lines of white powder on a table in front of him.
Capitals Investigating Kuznetsov Video Showing White PowderThe video posted on Twitter carried a message saying it was why Russia lost in the world hockey championship semifinals.
Kuznetsov Skates In Capitals' Practice For Game 3 Vs VegasEvgeny Kuznetsov was on the ice for Washington Capitals practice Friday, 36 hours after leaving Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Vegas Golden Knights clutching his left arm in pain.
Caps Ready To Roll In Stanley Cup Final If Kuznetsov Is OutThe sight of Evgeny Kuznetsov clutching his left arm and leaving the ice after a hit from Brayden McNabb isn't as big a threat to the Washington Capitals' title hopes as it might seem.
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.