John Carlson


Adam Oates is convinced the Capitals have enough offensive firepower to win hockey games. It’s their defensive responsibility that concerns him most.


During his brief time in Hershey last season following his three-year career at the University of Minnesota, Nate Schmidt would walk the hallways of the Giant Center and see old photos of former B


USA Hockey took a page from its past and infused it with a new look Monday with the unveiling of Team USA’s Olympic hockey jerseys at Kettler Capitals Iceplex.


Capitals defenseman and U.S. Olympic hopeful John Carlson remembers being a pint-sized player in New Jersey and wobbling onto the ice alongside Devils legends Scott Stevens and Ken Daneyko.


Last week Capitals defenseman John Carlson became one of 48 players – 18 of them defensemen – invited to participate in the U.S. Olympic men’s hockey team orientation camp Aug.