The forwards for the Washington Capitals are:
Mike Knuble "A"
Alex Ovechkin "C"
The Defensemen for the Washington Capitals are:
Tom Poti "A"
The Goalies for the Washington Capitals are:
Scott Stevens is a retired ice hockey defense man. He played for the Washington Capitals, the St Louis Blues and the New Jersey Devils. Stevens is mainly known for his prowess in defending his teams - the term used is Body Checking his opponents. He has the most penalty minutes of all the players enshrined in the hockey Hall of Fame.
Brandon Bantam AA! All the way!
There is no such position as "offenceman" in hockey, assuming you are referring to ice hockey! Some defencemen, such as Mike Green of the Washington Capitals and retired players such as Bobby Orr and Paul Coffey, are referred to as offensive , or rushing, defencemen. While their main job is to play defence, their skating and scoring skills enabled them to join the offensive play, man the points on the power play and generally help the forwards in all offensive situations.
>Ovechkin can be reached via regular mail at the following address: >Alexander Ovechkin >c\o Washington capitals >Verizon Center >601 F St, NW >Washington, DC 20004 According to the Washington Capitals web site, the current address for Caps fan mail is: Washington Capitals Attn: (Player's Name) 627 North Glebe Road Suite 850 Arlington, VA 22203
If all players are penalty box in hockey they would have to defeat. This would mean they would lose.
They practice all year long
that all hockey players do is fight and drink beer
they all were already playing pro hockey before they goined the olymics.
Shneider and Calamari were Jewish NHL players.
As of now, there are no openly gay hockey players in the NHL. However, in a recent poll of all NHL players, over 80% of them said they believe they have a gay teammate.
Absolutely. If you are ages 14 or older, all competitive hockey players lift weights. See related links for more information.
Brooks Laich, Nicklas Backstrom, Mike Knuble, and Troy Brouwer are all listed as assistant captains on the Washington Capitals roster. However, only two assistant captains are allowed to wear the assistant captain patch in a game. Laich and Backstrom are usually the two that sport the "A's" on their chest in Capitals' games.