A little more than a week ago Capitals assistant coach Calle Johansson was asked about a defensive corps that, under his direction, finished 11th in the conference and 22nd in the NHL in goals all
When Adam Oates took over as head coach of the Capitals two summers ago he knew that his longevity in Washington was tied directly to his success with Alex Ovechkin.
Let’s face it: Brooks Laich likes to talk. A lot.
It doesn’t take a degree in linguistics to realize there was a disconnect, or at the very least a disagreement, in the way Adam Oates wanted Braden Holtby to play this season and the way goaltendi
Among the team's struggles this season, several Caps saw individual improvements. Those improvements they credit to the several assistants supporting Adam Oates.