Sometimes NHL teams pay their players based on what theyve accomplished.
Sometimes they pay them for what theyre capable of accomplishing.
The journey Wojtek Wolski pronounced VOY-tek VOL-skee took to get to the NHL is almost as fascinating as the rocky path that led him to signing a one-year, 600,000 contract with the Capitals on Wed
The Capitals have signed left wing Wojtek Wolski to a one-year contract worth a reported 600,000.
Jack Hillen may never been compared to Ryan Suter at the bargaining table and the contract he signed with the Capitals on Tuesday confirms it.
In his most recent blog, Capitals owner Ted Leonsis seems to echo the sentiments of general manager George McPhee when he says teams better think long and hard before they throw millions of dollars