Braden Holtby believes Carey Price should be the starting goaltender for Team Canada at the World Cup.
John Carlson says his injured ankle is fully healed.
Restricted free agent Dmitry Orlov will play in the World Cup even if he and the Capitals fail to come to terms on a new contract.
Capitals defenseman Karl Alzner (groin/hernia) is close to being 100 percent healthy.
Travis Boyd impressed during Washington's summer developmental camp.
The Washington Capitals will have eight players in the World Cup and Nicklas Backstrom believes that is a good thing.
John Carlson hit the ice earlier than he normally does to prepare for the World Cup of Hockey.
Stanislav Galiev is motivated to earn a roster spot with the Capitals.
The Capitals and the Russian Hockey Federation have denied a media report that Alex Ovechkin could miss the World Cup of Hockey due to a lower-body injury.
According to a source, the Capitals are optimistic that an agreement will be reached with Dmitry Orlov before training camp opens.
Dmitry Orlov is expected to agree to a bridge deal with a one- or two-year term.
Marcus Johansson has inked a three-year, $13.75 million contract with the Washington Capitals.
Mike Moore has signed with the German league's Fischtown Pinguins.
Marcus Johansson's requested salary for the 2016-17 campaign is $5.25 million while the Washington Capitals are countering with $3.85 million.
Zach Sanford has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Washington Capitals.