Looking at the ‘Black Aces’ for Capitals’ playoff run

The Capitals recently announced their 34-man roster for the NHL return consisting of 20 forwards, 10 defensemen and four goaltenders. Postseason rosters are expanded every year, but this year we’ll be seeing even more reserve players than usual. Well, scratch that. We won’t really be seeing much of these extra players, unless things go horriblyContinue reading “Looking at the ‘Black Aces’ for Capitals’ playoff run”

Worst draft picks of the decade

By: Joe Pohoryles With the NFL draft in the rearview, this would normally be the time when the NBA and NHL lotteries would commence, and the mock draft speculation would really heat up. While there has been mock drafting, the dates for the upcoming drafts are in limbo, and with MLB making their own alterationsContinue reading “Worst draft picks of the decade”

More depth moves for Redskins on first day of league year

By: Joe Pohoryles The 2020 NFL league year officially started today at 4 pm EST. Contract negotiations have been allowed for the past few days in the “legal tampering” period, but the new season starts today. The Redskins did not make any big splashes to start the year, and saw more big names in positionsContinue reading “More depth moves for Redskins on first day of league year”

Skins miss out on Hooper, Flowers in first days of Free Agency

By: Joe Pohoryles Two of the Redskins’ top free agent targets of the 2020 offseason have signed with other teams. The Cleveland Browns made former Falcons TE Austin Hooper the highest-paid tight end in the league with a four-year, $44 million contract. Hooper posted 787 yards and six touchdowns on 75 receptions — all career-highsContinue reading “Skins miss out on Hooper, Flowers in first days of Free Agency”

The One(s) That Got Away

By: Joe Pohoryles In the John Wall era of Washington Wizards teams, there have been a share of playoff teams and bottom-feeders. Right now the team is at a low point, but with a handful of promising young players developing on the court, and the now-dunking Wall recovering off it, better times appear to beContinue reading “The One(s) That Got Away”

Wizards at All-Star weekend

By: Joe Pohoryles Starting tonight and going through Sunday, the 2020 NBA All-Star weekend will take place in Chicago, and while no one on the Wizards made the All-Star team — namely Bradley Beal — there are a few who will be taking part in the weekend’s festivities. Beal missed the cut despite posting averagesContinue reading “Wizards at All-Star weekend”