Today on My Take: Nice to know ya, Barry Trotz.
Barry Trotz was a victim of his own success, but his departure was also a business decision by a Washington Capitals franchise not known for paying high prices for the coaching position.
The Washington Capitals announced Barry Trotz has resigned as head coach after four seasons.
Eleven days after leading the Washington Capitals to its first-ever Stanley Cup championship, Coach Barry Trotz is skating out the door. And a fanbase still hung over from a dayslong Cup celebration is brought back down to earth.
Matt Niskanen of the Washington Capitals talks with WTOP about the team’s ongoing celebration, his famous Metro rides to Capital One Arena during the Stanley Cup Final, and what he plans to do with his turn with the Stanley Cup.
Just over a week removed from winning the Stanley Cup, the Capitals 2018 preseason schedule is starting to take shape.
The Capitals star and owner posed for pictures and traded high fives with kids rocking the red, many of whom were on Cloud Nine after touching the Cup.
The Washington Capitals’ bragging rights for being Stanley Cup Champions will last at least a year. How long will it take to pay off Tuesday’s rally and parade? That’s not so clear.
Barry Trotz professed his love for the D.C. area and dropped at least a couple of hints during the Stanley Cup celebration that suggest he’ll be back as Capitals coach next season.
Sophia Michnick got separated from her parents amid the thousands of Caps fans Tuesday morning. Credit D.C. police with the save.
A look back at the 2017-18 NHL season that resulted in the first-ever Stanley Cup for the Washington Capitals.
Thousands of Washington Capitals fans from far and wide came out to support the team on Tuesday during the Stanley Cup victory parade along the National Mall. See photos and video.
Caps fans have waited more than 40 years for this day. Thousands of people lined up along Constitution Avenue and on the National Mall to catch a glimpse of the Washington Capitals and the Stanley Cup. See photos and video.
The Capitals will be holding their victory parade on Tuesday, June 12. It will be first championship parade in D.C. in years. Here’s what you need to know.
Alex Ovechkin may be done doing keg stands from the Stanley Cup, but he is happy to help others live out the dream, like Jimmy Fallon on the “Tonight Show.” See photos.