The country's top 17- and 18-year-olds will gather at Kettler Capitals Iceplex next week for practices.
Justin Peters may be entering the prime of his playing career, but he also accepts his role as the Capitals’ backup, a role he had in Carolina behind Cam Ward.
The Canucks said goodbye to Ryan Kesler, but said hello to Ryan Miller, who has a shot at returning to the playoffs.
Mark Nemish says he saw a commitment from Evgeny Kuznetsov from the first day he met him.
As part of our summer countdown series, Chuck Gormley breaks down his Top 25 impact players for the Washington Capitals’ upcoming 2014-15 season: No. 17: Jason Chimera