See Less Capitals' Lucas Johansen: Up with Washington Johansen was promoted to the Capitals on Wednesday. Johansen has a goal in six AHL games this season. He was taken with the No. 28 pick in the 2016 draft, but so far he's only played in one career NHL game. That contest came in 2021-22 and he registered an assist in 12:18 of ice time.... See Less Capitals' Garrett Pilon: Called up to Capitals Pilon was summoned by Washington on Wednesday.
Malenstyn's lengthy absence will test the Capitals' bottom-six depth to an extent, but it almost certainly won't make waves in fantasy circles, as he's only picked up three points in 17 top-level appearances over the past two campaigns. Another update on the 2016 fifth-round pick should surface once he's activated off injured reserve.... See More... See Less Capitals' Darcy Kuemper: Does his part but takes loss Kuemper stopped 23 of 25 shots in a 3-1 loss to Detroit on Thursday. He allowed two goals. Lucas Raymond got the Wings on the board with a power-play marker at 14:58 of the second off a feed from Dominik Kubalik. Andrew Copp broke a 1-1 tie with just under four minutes left in the game with a tap-in off a pass from Adam Erne. Kuemper did his part on Thursday, but his team continued to struggle offensively with players missing due to injury....
Malenstyn left Tuesday's 3-2 overtime loss to Vegas after blocking a shot in the first period. Washington called up forwards Garrett Pilon and Sonny Milano on Wednesday to help deal with the Capitals' rash of injuries. Once Malenstyn is healthy, he might be put onto the fourth line.... See Less Capitals' Connor Brown: Placed on LTIR Brown (knee) was placed on long-term injured reserve Wednesday, Tom Gulitti of NHL. This was simply a procedural move for the Capitals to free up cap space, as Brown is unlikely to play again prior to the playoffs. His first campaign with the Capitals will likely conclude with him posting a minus-3 rating, six hits and two shots on goal with no points in four games. He will be an unrestricted free agent in the summer.... See Less Capitals' John Carlson: Lands on injured reserve Carlson (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Tom Gulitti of NHL.
He's riding a four-game, four-point scoring streak that includes three goals, and he is starting to creep up the scoring list overall with 10 points (six goals, four assists) in 12 contests.... See Less Capitals' Darcy Kuemper: First goalie off Thursday Nov 3, 2022 Kuemper was the first goalie off the ice during Thursday's morning skate, indicating he'll be getting the road start against the Red Wings, Samantha Pell of The Washington Post reports. Kuemper has been a stalwart for the Capitals in recent outings with a 1.
Pilon has a goal and five points in seven contests with AHL Hershey in 2022-23. He might make his season debut with Washington on Thursday versus Detroit, but if he does he'll likely be serving in a bottom-six role.... See Less Capitals' Sonny Milano: Summoned by Capitals Milano was called up by Washington on Wednesday. Milano has two goals and three points in five AHL contests this season. He recorded 14 goals and 34 points in 66 contests while averaging 15:17 of ice time with Anaheim last season.
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Carlson won't be eligible to return until Saturday versus the Coyotes. The 32-year-old defenseman is still considered day-to-day, but he won't play Thursday against the Red Wings. Lucas Johansen was called up in a corresponding move to serve as defensive depth.... See Less Capitals' T. J. Oshie: Moves to IR Oshie (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Tom Gulitti of NHL. Oshie was deemed out indefinitely after suffering an injury Saturday versus the Predators. This move frees up a roster spot for the Capitals, who recalled forwards Sonny Milano and Garrett Pilon in a series of moves Wednesday. There has been no update on Oshie's status -- he'll be eligible to return Saturday, but it sounds like his absence will be longer than that....
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