Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson scored his first goal of the season on Saturday.
John Carlson believes he has what it takes to represent the United States at the Winter Olympics.
John Carlson feels the key to defeating the Rangers in first round of the postseason is to take what made the Capitals last year and blend it with their higher tempo style.
John Carlson tallied his fifth goal in Washington's 3-2 loss to the Islanders Tuesday night.
John Carlson's second goal of the season was the only Washington marker in a 2-1 loss to the Rangers Sunday.
Washington assistant coach Calle Johansson wants his defensemen to jump into the rush and create opportunties offensively, which should benefit a players like John Carlson and Mike Green.
John Carlson has agreed to a six-year/$23.8 million extension.
Restricted free agent John Carlson isn't concerned that he doesn't have a new contract yet and he is busy preparing for the upcoming season.
John Carlson is still a restricted free agent, looking for a new contract from the Washington Capitals.
The Washington Capitals have given John Carlson a $826,875 qualifying offer.
John Carlson will be a restricted free agent this summer.
John Carlson potted a goal for the Washington Capitals, but it wasn't enough as the New York Rangers came out on top 3-2 in overtime Monday night.
John Carlson scored his first goal of the season in a 2-1 triple-overtime defeat Wednesday night.
John Carlson factored into both of the Washington Capitals' goals as they lost 3-2 to the New York Rangers.