Ted Starkey is a veteran sportswriter who has covered the NHL, NFL and MLB, writing for The Washington Times, Tampa Tribune, AOL Sports, FanHouse.com, USAHockey.com and BuffaloBills.com, as well as the author of two books on the Washington Capitals, Transition Game: The Story of the 2010-11 Washington Capitals and Red Rising: The Washington Capitals Story.
A new coach and a new system are two of the obstacles facing the Washington Capitals in the shortened 2013 NHL season.
Early Sunday morning the NHL and its players association tentatively reached a deal on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
The question of whether there will be a 2013 NHL season will be answered in the next week. Time to buckle up.
NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly says that the league has a drop-dead date, and says that there will still be a 2012-13 season.
Ted Starkey says the NHL likely has a plan for a shortened season all ready to go if a CBA agreement is reached this month.
Why the owners and players should save their energy for the bargaining table.
Events in New York took the shine off what should have been a happy occasion in the District.
For one night only, pro hockey returns to the District of Columbia Thursday.
The moribund labor talks were recalled to life Tuesday and Wednesday.