Washington Capitals

  • Goals For
    248 GF
  • Goals Against
    191 GA
  • Power Play %
    21.9 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    85.2 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    753 PIM
  • Former Flyers goalie Heeter signs with Detroit’s AHL team
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    Former Flyers goalie Heeter signs with Detroit’s AHL team

    The Red Wings added some goalie depth on Monday, agreeing to terms with journeyman Cal Heeter. Heeter, 27, broke in with the Flyers organization a while back and made his big-league debut in ’13-14, appearing in one game. Since then, he’s bounced around the ECHL, AHL (with the Toronto Marlies) and, last season, split his time between Hamburg of the German League and Zagreb Medvescak of the KHL. By itself, this signing isn’t especially noteworthy, as Heeter projects to be an American League mainstay next year. But the contract is kind of interesting when looking and the big-picture goalie situation in Detroit. The Wings now have Heeter, Petr Mrazek, Jimmy Howard, Jared Coreau, Eddie Pasquale and

  • Scrivens signs in KHL with Dinamo Minsk
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    Scrivens signs in KHL with Dinamo Minsk

    Ben Scrivens is off to Belarus. The 29-year-old goalie has reportedly signed with Dinamo Minsk of the KHL. Scrivens made 14 starts for the Montreal Canadiens in 2015-16, failing to really take advantage of his opportunity with the Habs and finishing 5-8-0 with a .906 save percentage. In total, Scrivens made 144 appearances (130 starts) in NHL games, his best season coming in 2013-14, which he split between Los Angeles and Edmonton. The Oilers gave up a third-round draft pick to get him. They eventually acquired Zack Kassian when they dealt him away. Related: Maple Leafs reportedly close to signing Jhonas Enroth