For the second straight year, the Capitals have seen their No.2 center sign a four-year deal with another team during the first week of free agency.
Near the end of his news conference on Tuesday, after fortifying his blue line with the signings of Brooks Orpik and Matt Niskanen, and adding to his goal crease with the addition of Justin Peters
Brian MacLellan wanted to do more on the first night of the NHL draft Friday in Philadelphia. He just couldn’t find the right dance partner.
With a little more than two weeks on the job, Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan spent much of Wednesday introducing himself to the league’s other 29 general managers at the NHL GM meetings