Capitals are up against the salary cap

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Capitals are up against the salary cap

PostitusPostitas Williams » Neljapäev Juun 29, 2017 11:10

The Washington Capitals haven t ruled out the possibility of re signing veteran right wing Justin Williams.
Capitals GM Brian MacLellan and Williams are expected to speak this week about a new contract.

The Capitals are up against the salary cap and would likely need to move out a player in order to accommodate Williams salary.

Williams, 35, made 3.25 million this season and would likely see his salary slightly drop closer to the 3 million range.

With 19 million in available salary cap space, the Capitals still need to re sign restricted free agents Evgeny Kuznetsov, Andre Burakovsky, Brett Connolly and Dmitry Orlov, which would leave little space for anyone else.

In 80 games with the Capitals this past season, Williams recorded 24 goals and 24 assists for 48 points, along with 50 penalty minutes.

The Washington Capitals will host their 2017 Prospect Development Camp from June 27 to July 1, 2017 at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. All on ice sessions are free and open to the public.

Capitals development camp is an annual, week long summer session with on and off ice workouts designed to help Capitals prospects improve their games and allow the Capitals to evaluate their progress. This is the 11th consecutive year that the camp is being held at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. Past development camps have been held in Odenton, Md., and Hershey, Pa.

Attendees include Capitals prospects who are under contract and recent Capitals draft picks who have not been signed yet. In addition, several undrafted and free agent amateur players will be in attendance.

The Capitals will host Caps Fan Fest on Tuesday, June 27, featuring the Caps Alumni Exhibition at 7 30 p.m. at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. In addition to the Caps Alumni Exhibition Garrett Mitchell Jersey, this year s Fan Fest will feature the team s annual equipment sale, Q A sessions and photo opportunities with members of the Capitals Alumni Association, coaching staff and Capitals prospects and kid zone activities from 3 7 p.m.

The Washington Capitals Have Re Signed Forward T.J. Oshie to a Massive New Contract on Friday That May be too Much For His Production.

The Washington Capitals have re signed T.J. Oshie to a ludicrous amount of money, 46 million dollars, eight year extension. The deal works out to roughly 5,750,000 per season, now for a player like Oshie, that’s a bit much since he’s only broken the 30 goal mark once and it was last season on a high powered offensive team.

The former first round pick of the St. Louis Blues has only reached 60 points once and that was in 2013 14 for St. Louis when he put up 21 goals, and 39 assists. He’s seen seasons go up and down in his career, first with a 39 point campaign 2008 09 followed by a 48 point season 2009 10, but seen regression in 2010 11 when he fell to 33 points. His lowest total came in 2012 13 when he only scored 20 points in a 30 game season.

So between 3.5,4.2 would have been the best for a player like Oshie cause he’s quite inconsistent, one season he’ll be doing great the next he’s in a slump. And so far in 591 career NHL games, Oshie has managed 416 points, 309 penalty minutes and a career plus 115 which is probably his best statistic.

He’s done quite well in for Team U.S.A in the World Cup, Olympics, and World Championships, he just needs to become more consistent every season.

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