Eric Fehr has found a new NHL home and Caps fans will not be happy. The Pittsburgh Penguins announced Tuesday morning that they had signed Fehr to a three-year deal worth $2 million per season.
The Capitals and Braden Holtby continue to negotiate a contract for the 2015-16 season, but remain far apart.
For the first time since the Capitals made him the 29th overall pick of the 2004 NHL draft, Mike Green is no longer a Washington Capital.
The Capitals announced a pair of free-agent signings shortly after free agency began at noon today, signing unrestricted free-agent defenseman Taylor Chorney to a one-year, one-way deal worth $700