Apr 13, 2014; Washington, DC, USA; The Washington Capitals players wave to fans after their final game of the season against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Verizon Center. The Lightning won 1-0 in a shootout. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Washington Capitals Clicks Mike Green Tom Wilson

Happy Monday everyone. Here’s today’s news and links about the Washington Capitals!

Washington Capitals

  • Blake Heinrich is quickly making a good impression. (CSN Washington)
  • The Washington Capitals recently held Red Rockers auditions. (Capitals Outsider)
  • There have only been three Italian hockey players to play in the NHL. Thomas DiPauli is hoping to be the fourth. (CSN Washington)
  • Another standout during Washington Capitals development camp, Jan Urbas, talks about the Olympics. (RMNB)
  • Those who go to the Capitals blood drive at Kettler Iceplex in Arlington this Saturday will get a Joel Ward bobblehead and possibly a visit from Ward himself! (Capitals Outsider)
  • Would it be a Capitals Clicks article without a Mike Green trade rumor update? Cause here’s another one! (The Sports Column)
  • An interesting look at Dmitry Orlov and why he might not be who we thought he was (RMNB)
  • There are still some intriguing free agents available, but they are risky ones. (CBS Sports)
  • Should the San Jose Sharks bite on Green? (The Hockey Writers)
  • Nashville Predators fans find it hard to hate the Washington Capitals, for somewhat obvious reasons. It’s cool Nashville, I can’t hate on you guys either. (On The Forecheck)
  • Tom Wilson needs more minutes, which will probably happen next season. (The Hockey Writers)
  • Here’s a list of six players who will never win a Stanley Cup. Guess who’s on the list? Alex Ovechkin. (The Score)
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