Washington Capitals: Top 10 Wings In Franchise History

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Washington Capitals Top Ten Wings: Who Qualified?

Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

As I mentioned before, forty Washington Capitals wings met the qualifications to be considered for this list. Here are all forty wings that qualified in alphabetical order.

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  1. Alan May
  2. Alex Ovechkin
  3. Alexander Semin
  4. Bengt-Ake Gustafsson
  5. Bob Sirois
  6. Bobby Gould
  7. Chris Clark
  8. Chris Simon
  9. Craig Berube
  10. Craig Laughlin
  11. Dainius Zubrus
  12. Dave Christian
  13. Dino Ciccarelli
  14. Dmitri Khristich
  15. Donald Brashear
  16. Eric Fehr
  17. Gaetan Duchesne
  18. Garnet Bailey
  19. Greg Adams
  20. Jason Chimera
  21. Jay Beagle
  22. Joe Sacco
  23. Joel Ward
  24. John Druce
  25. Keith Jones
  26. Kelly Miller
  27. Lou Franceschetti
  28. Marcus Johansson
  29. Matt Bradley
  30. Matt Pettinger
  31. Mike Gartner
  32. Mike Knuble
  33. Peter Bondra
  34. Richard Zednik
  35. Stephen Leach
  36. Steve Konowalchuk
  37. Todd Krygier
  38. Tomas Fleischmann
  39. Troy Brouwer
  40. Ulf Dahlen

Let’s honor some of the Washington Capitals wings which were close to being in the top ten. Dino Cicarelli didn’t play long for the Washington Capitals, as he played just 223 games for them. However, Dino was an outstanding player. He ranked 11th in goals scored (112), 17th in assists (97), and 15th in points (209). Cicarelli is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Eric Fehr has quietly done an excellent job for the Washington Capitals. He was ranked 13th overall in our point system. The first round pick of the Washington Capitals ranks 13th in games played, 14th in goals scored, 19th in assists, 17th in points, and eighth in plus/minus.

Gaetan Duchesne ended up tied with our #10 pick in our point system. We decided to give our #10 pick the tiebreaker because Duchesne played in an heavy offense era (the 1980’s) and still wasn’t much of a scorer.

However, he was still a good player for the Washington Capitals. Craig Laughlin was a solid player for the Washington Capitals and plus he’s an awesome broadcaster, so that gets him some extra points. Alan May may not have been a productive forward, but he’s certainly one of the most beloved Washington Capitals forwards of all time.

Now that that’s out of the way let’s start our countdown of the Washington Capitals top ten wings in franchise history!

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