Stephenson signs one-year contract with Capitals

Capitals re-sign Chandler Stephenson to one-year, $1.05 million deal

Capitals re-sign Chandler Stephenson to one-year, $1.05 million deal

The Washington Capitals announced Saturday that left wing Chandler Stephenson re-signed with the team.

CapFriendly.com was the first to report the news.

Though Stephenson didn't go to arbitration, Christian Djoos did, getting awarded more money than the Caps can afford.

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Stephenson won the Stanley Cup with Washington in 2018. Their options to do so include making a trade, or just simply waiving players who spent all of last season in the National Hockey League, such as Stephenson and/or forward Travis Boyd.

Last season Stephenson put up 11 points in 64 games for the Capitals (five goals, 6 assists).

With the signing, the Capitals now have all their roster spots filled and all potential free agents under contract.

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