Stephenson signs one-year contract with Capitals

Stephenson signs one-year contract with Capitals

Stephenson signs one-year contract with Capitals

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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Winners in the solo and duo categories can each snag $3 million, before taxes (duo partners will split the money). The Duos prize will be awarded Saturday, while the solo champ will be honored on Sunday.

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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