Dmitry Orlov says all he ever wanted was a chance to play.
Not with another NHL team. Not with a team in the KHL.
By all accounts, 2013 was a great year for Alex Ovechkin. He netted 62 goals for the Capitals in the calendar year, more than any player in the NHL.
The Capitals are at the halfway mark of their season and if the Stanley Cup playoffs started today they’d have home-ice advantage against the Flyers in the first round.
The Capitals can score goals. We all know that.