Washington Capitals Stats


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Washington Capitals StatisticsDid You Know?  The Washington Capitals first couple of seasons were ones to forget as the expansion Caps boasted a 8–67–5 record in their inaugural season, by far the worst record in the National Hockey League in 1974-75.  The eight wins are the fewest for an NHL team playing at least 70 games, and the .131 winning percentage is still the worst in NHL history.  They lost 39 of 40 games on the road that season including 37 straight losses away from their home rink.  The Capitals did not fair much better in their second season posting a 11–59–10 record for 32 points.

Washington Capitals Statistics

Debut Season: 1974-75
# of Stanley Cups: none
Longest Playoff Streak: 14 years (1983-1996)
Most Wins in a Season: 54 – 2009-2010
# of captains in team history: 14
# of coaches in team history: 15
Most Coaching Wins: Bryan Murray 343
Most Goals in a Season: 330 – 1991-92
Most Points All Time: Peter Bondra – 825
Toughest Washington Capitals player of all-time (penalty minutes): Dale Hunter
# of retired jerseys: 4
Most Games Played: Calle Johansson – 983
Most Goalie Wins: Olaf Kolzig – 301
Most Popular Player of All-Time: Dale Hunter

Washington Capitals All- Time TeamWashington Capitals All-Time Team

Coach: Bryan Murray

Goalie: Olaf Klozig

Defenseman: Rod Langway

Defenseman: Scott Stevens

Left-wing: Alexander Ovechkin

Center: Dale Hunter

Right-wing: Peter Bondra

Enforcer: Craig Berube

CapitalsTop 25 All-Time Most Popular Washington Capitals

  1. Dale Hunter
  2. Alex Ovechkin
  3. Mike Gartner
  4. Peter Bondra
  5. Rod Langway
  6. Olaf Kolzig
  7. Scott Stevens
  8. Bengt Gustafsson
  9. Calle Johansson
  10. Kelly Miller
  11. Michal Pivonka
  12. Craig Berube
  13. Al Iafrate
  14. Don Beaupre
  15. Mike Ridley
  16. Dennis Maruk
  17. Bobby Carpenter
  18. Kevin Hatcher
  19. Al Jensen
  20. Yvon Labre
  21. Steve Konowalchuck
  22. Dave Christian
  23. Mike Green
  24. Sergei Gonchar
  25. Mike Palmateer

Official Team Site:  Washington Capitals

Washington Capitals on Wikipedia

 

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