Capitals Insider: Marcus Johansson
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Washington inks its lone remaining free agent, signing Marcus Johansson to a two-year deal worth $4 million.
With a week remaining before training camp the Capitals have yet to sign restricted free agent forward Marcus Johansson.
A handful of Capitals have been invited to their respective country’s orientation ahead of the 2014 Games.
The Caps forward will certainly need a raise from his entry-level deal of $900,000 per year, but by how much?
By Neil Greenberg July 15
A look at how the players who finished the season on the Capitals' top two lines fared and what the future might hold.
A look at the Capitals' restricted free agents.
Steve Oleksy made quite the impression in his first career Stanley Cup playoff game with a perfect pass to set-up the game winning goal and not being fazed by a puck to the face.
Marcus Johansson left practice early but is expected to play against the Maple Leafs.
It's unclear how much time Brooks Laich will miss with his latest lower-body injury but the Capitals know they must keep pushing forward in his absence.
The power play has been a source of strength for the Capitals this year, but the unit hasn't been quite as consistent over the past 10 games. So Coach Adam Oates put the Capitals through power play drills to reinforce the group's reads.