The Capitals were supposed to be finishing up their preseason schedule this weekend with home games against the Nashville Predators Friday night and the Detroit Red Wings Sunday.
With the NHL lockout delaying the start of training camp and threatening the Oct.
With this weeks preseason games wiped away and the start of the regular season on Oct.
On Monday, the second day of the NHL lockout, 13 Capitals hit the ice at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. By Wednesday that number was down to six.