Lars Eller

#20C,
G
12
A
13
Pts
25
+/-
15
PPP
1
SOG
115
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 207
Born:
Birth Place: Rodovre, Denmark
Draft: 2007 1st round (13th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Scouting the Stanley Cup Finals: Possible Caps' free agent targets from the Pittsburgh Penguins
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Scouting the Stanley Cup Finals: Possible Caps' free agent targets from the Pittsburgh Penguins

    The Stanley Cup Finals begin on Monday. Instead of gearing up for Game 1, however, the Washington Capitals are gearing up for the offseason. While fans in Washington will be watching in the hopes of seeing the Pittsburgh Penguins lose, Cap scouts will be watching to see if there is anyone they can add to their ranks next season to bolster the roster. The Penguins are a team loaded with talent as evidenced by the fact that they are playing in the finals for the second straight year looking to be the first team to repeat as Cup champions since 1997-98. Like the Caps, they also have a handful of expiring contracts. Is there anyone wearing the black and gold who could help the Caps next season? Josh

  • Kevin Shattenkirk wants to play a big role wherever he goes
    SNY5 hours ago

    Kevin Shattenkirk wants to play a big role wherever he goes

    5/15/17 |While talking about a possible return to the Washington Capitals, pending UFA Kevin Shattenkirk said that if he did return he would want a bigger role. (TSN) Shattenkirk was acquired by the Capitals at the trade deadline and in 19 regular season games played 20:12 and had 14 points, 18 hits, 26 blocked shots, 18 takeaways and 11 giveaways. In the playoffs, Shattenkirk had 1 goal, 5 assists, a minus r rating, 20 hits, 22 blocked shots, 5 takeaways and 12 giveaways in 18:27 per game. In Shattenkirk's career, he averages 21:06 per game in the regular season and 20:57 in the playoffs. Shattenkirk said that he will see what the Capitals can offer as well as see what role they have in mind

  • Despite concussion history, Clarke MacArthur says ‘I’m going to play if I can’
    ProHockeyTalk

    Despite concussion history, Clarke MacArthur says ‘I’m going to play if I can’

    Ottawa Senators forward Clarke MacArthur has again emphasized his desire to continue his playing career, despite another regular season derailed by a concussion. It will, however, depend on what doctors tell him. MacArthur missed all but four games in the regular season because of a concussion suffered during training camp. In January, it was reported that this latest concussion would keep him out of the lineup for the remainder of the season — more bad news that followed a 2015-16 campaign in which he played only four games. In a surprising development, MacArthur was cleared and returned to the Senators lineup late in the season, just before the playoffs started. During Ottawa’s impressive postseason