Tom Wilson (ankle) is expected to start the season on the injured reserve list according to coach Barry Trotz.
Tom Wilson (ankle) is skating on his own at training camp.
Sophomore forward Tom Wilson has at least some encouraging news, head coach Barry Trotz said that Wilson may be able to return before opening night on Oct. 9th.
Forward Tom Wilson, who broke an ankle this summer, is scheduled to report to the Washington Capitals' training camp Thursday and has started skating.
Tom Wilson may not be available for the start of the preseason due to a fractured left fibula that he suffered in a fall near his home in Toronto in late June.
Provided he can recover fully from his ankle injury, Capitals forward Tom Wilson could be a surprising source of offense this season.
Tom Wilson isn't projected to fully recover from his ankle injury until after the start of the Capitals' training camp.
Tom Wilson (ankle) should be fine for the start of training camp, according to coach Barry Trotz.
Tom Wilson has sustained an ankle injury.
Tom Wilson, 19, has skated only 503 minutes with the Washington Capitals this season, by far the fewest of the nine teenage NHL rookies who have played at least 50 games.
Tom Wilson will not face supplemental discipline for his check on Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn.
Tom Wilson might be suspended for charging Brayden Schenn on Tuesday.
Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson was ejected from Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers for charging Brayden Schenn, who seems OK as of this writing.
Tom Wilson skipped Thursday's practice because of family reasons.