2016 World Cup of Hockey
Monday Caps Clips: ‘Canes @ Caps Preseason Game Day
Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Sweden is done in the World Cup as the Caps prepare to take on Carolina in their first preseason game.
Wednesday Caps Clips: Sweden Wins; USA Eliminated
Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Team Sweden beat Finland, Canada beat USA, Caps Nation chips in to beat bigotry and more.
Sunday Caps Clips: World’s First
Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Team USA starts off with a thud, the rookies get their goals on, Ovi cellies 31 and more.
Friday Caps Clips: The World Moves to Toronto
Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: The Caps chat up the media in Toronto as the prospects prepare for their tournament in Florida.
Thursday Caps Clips: Exhibition Exit
Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Sweden gets a spanking, Russia hangs on and Orlov remains unsigned.
Wednesday Caps Clips: Oshie's Finnish-ing Touch
Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Oshie and Carlson help USA to victory, looking ahead to the final exhibition games and more.
Déjà Vu Experience for Oshie
Oshie has plenty of international experience for Team USA, but it's still just as fun every time.
Friday Caps Clips
Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: World Cup exhibition action gets underway, looking ahead to 2016-17 and more.
Backstrom: You Don't Think of Them as Teammates
Backstrom speaks after Team Sweden's practice about the upcoming challenges as preparation for the World Cup gets underway
Narrative: Ovi to Russia, Breaking Up's Hard to Do
What we're talking about today when we're talking about the Caps
Carlson and Oshie Selected for Team USA
A couple of former Olympic teammates reunite under the red, white and blue
Braden Holtby Named to Team Canada
The Caps' netminder will be one of three goalies representing Canada at this fall's tournament
Backstrom Named to Team Sweden
Nicklas Backstrom once again dons the Tre Kronor for this fall's World Cup
Troika of Caps Named to Russia's World Cup Roster
Russia's entry into the World Cup of Hockey this fall will, of course, have a Capital flavor