Washington Capitals: Top 30 Players In Franchise History

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Dino Ciccarelli

Coming in at number 26 on our list of the greatest Washington Capitals players in franchise history is forward Dino Ciccarelli. Dino is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. His tenure with the Caps was quite short. He spent just four seasons with the Capitals. However, his four-year tenure spent in the nation’s capital was more successful than most politicians.

Dino played in 225 games for the Capitals. He had 209 points in those 225 games. He scored 112 goals and added 97 assists for the Capitals. He was a huge part of the 1989-1990 and 1990-1991 teams that both made it into the second round of the playoffs. Dino had an incredible influence on his teammates. Former Caps forward Alan May has some incredible stories about Dino and how much Dino meant to him.

Ciccarelli had a Hall of Fame career. He played in 1,232 games. In those 1,232 games, Dino scored 608 goals and added 592 assists for a total of 1,2000 points. He finished in the top 10 in power play goals six times and ranks ninth in career power play goals. He was a four-time All-Star. While he never won a Stanley Cup, Dino was sure an incredible player.

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