The Washington Capitals made another minor roster move on Saturday in signing forward Matt Clarkson to a one-year contract worth 525,000.
All 46 players at the Capitals' development camp have a story to tell and Stan Galiev is no different.
Fans anxious to see some of the Capitals top prospects will get that chance beginning today when the club kicks off its annual prospects camp at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington.
Jay Beagle proved himself as a hard-nosed, shot-blocking center willing to sacrifice himself when it mattered most and on Thursday he was rewarded with a three-year contract extension.
Before negotiating his two-year contract extension with the Capitals, center Mathieu Perreault made it known he wanted more ice time than he received in his first full NHL season.