Monthly Archives: July 2010

A Fresh Independent Verdict: More Heft on the Back End Needed

A brand new Dan Rosen file for NHL.com examines seven NHL general managers worth watching in the weeks and months ahead, and it caught my attention most particularly for its diagnosis of the Capitals’ ongoing vulnerabilities. I swear I haven’t … Continue reading

Posted in Alexander Semin, Front Office, Mike Green, National Hockey League, Tomas Fleischmann, Washington Capitals | 9 Comments

Fedorov’s Latest Opponent: Judicial Estoppel

Wondering what Sergei Fedorov has been up to since he left the Caps (and NHL)? Do you enjoy terms like “judicial estoppel” and “joint stipulation”? How about fun names like “Googasian”? Then check out the latest on Feds’ legal wranglings … Continue reading

Posted in NHL, Washington Capitals | Tagged | 1 Comment

The End of a Precious Innocence

Yesterday Greg Wyshynski touted New Jersey General Manager Lou Lamoriello’s savvy manipulations of the league’s player movement regulations over the years. Also yesterday, the NHL ruled that DevilLou had become too clever by half with his work in this area. … Continue reading

Posted in Alexander Ovechkin, Front Office, Morning cup-a-joe, National Hockey League, New Jersey Devils, Washington Capitals | 2 Comments

Exploitable Embarrassment?

Online Surveys & Market Research

Posted in National Hockey League, New Jersey Devils, OFB Polls | 1 Comment

The Devil Is in the Contract Details

Posted in Dmitry Chesnokov, National Hockey League, New Jersey Devils | 5 Comments

What’s a Development Camp All About Anyway?

It was fun and amusing for me over the past 10 days to survey various message boards and Tweets for hard and fast assessments of Capitals’ prospects participating in the team’s development camp. Also, newspaper accounts themed in kind. Blogs, … Continue reading

Posted in Hershey Bears, Kettler Capitals Iceplex, Marcus Johansson, Mathieu Perreault, Morning cup-a-joe, National Hockey League, Prospects, Washington Capitals | 6 Comments

DevilLou Sells His Cap Space out to 2027

Posted in National Hockey League, New Jersey Devils, NHL Salary Cap, Social media, Twitter | 4 Comments