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|Washington Capitals (WSH)|
- Tluers (GM)**
- Goose (AGM)*
- KS Otto**
- Kuzy Kingdom
- Richard Douglas
- Stu Walton
- Claude Giroux
- Buddy Gripple
- Dick Van Deke
- Sweaty Goals*
- means the number of cups they won with Washington
The Washington Capitals are managed by Tluers. In the season 1 draft they were the 5th pick overall. Their first draft pick was for ShoopDaWhoop, who was then traded with a 3rd and 4th round pick to the Chicago Blackhawks in return for KS Otto and a 5th round pick. They then went to draft Acebulf, Sheephearder, Robomaeyhem, Tim_Barrett, Bryz, and Highlander. Sheephearder, Highlander, and Robomaeyhem all had attendance issues leaving most of the work up to KS Otto, Acebulf, Tim_Barrett, and Bryz. They would then claim Notlead from free agency where he would split time with Acebulf.
The season 1 Washington Capitals went 20-5-0. They averaged 3.95 goals per game and averaged 2.28 goals against in the regular season. Finishing in first place, the Capitals had to face the surging New Jersey Devils in the first round. The Capitals were favorites to win this series, but they struggled against the Devils only to win it in game 7. They were then set to face the Dallas Stars for the finals. After going down 0-2, the Capitals surged back winning 4 games in a row. KS Otto won playoff MVP leading the team in points throughout the playoffs.
Season 2 Edit
In the offseason before season 2, Washington traded Notlead and two 2nd round picks for Chicago's 1st round pick. Washington would use this pick to acquire Acebulf. They would also draft jrjr12, Claude Giroux, Quoof, and BuddyGripple. jrjr12 was found to be Yuhefftobemad and Washington was granted a compensatory pick for season 3. Washington held first place for the first half of the season. Around this time, Washington claimed Dick Van Deke from Free Agency. They then had troubles during weeks 7 and 8 only winning 2 out of 6 games. This lead to the eventual trade of Acebulf, Dick Van Deke, and Colorado's 2nd round pick for Goose and Newb. With Goose and Newb, Washington would go 5-0 to close out the season. They finished in 2nd place, only 3 points behind the Chicago Blackhawks. They beat the Colorado Avalanche in the first round 4-1. They then went on to play the Chicago Blackhawks in the finals where they would win the series 4-0.
Stats and StandingsEdit
|Season 1||25||20||5||0||40||103||57||1st||Won LHL Cup|
|Season 2||30||22||7||1||45||118||70||2nd||Won LHL Cup|
Playoff Record Edit
Franchise Scoring Leaders Edit
Franchise Goaltending LeadersEdit
- Season 1 Regular Season Champions
- Season 1 Cryptic Sea Cup Winners