Eric Fehr RUMORS & NEWS

  • Green and Fehr decide on their future with the Caps

    CSN Washington "Defenseman Mike Green and center Eric Fehr will not be returning to the Capitals next season and will test the unrestricted free agent market on July 1, the agent for both players told CSNwashington.com on Thursday. “The Capitals have been open and transparent and honest and I think both..." June 25

  • Capitals forward Eric Fehr has elbow surgery

    NHL.com "Forward Eric Fehr had successful elbow surgery Wednesday, the Washington Capitals said. "According to the doctors who performed the surgery, if rehabilitation goes well, Eric will be healthy for the start of the 2015-16 regular season," the Capitals said in a statement. Fehr is set to become..." June 04

  • What does the future hold for Eric Fehr?

    CSN Washington "In rookie Evgeny Kuznetsov, the Capitals found themselves a second-line center who can play behind Nicklas Backstrom for the next six or seven years. If the price and term are right, the Caps may also have a third-line center for the next three years in Eric Fehr. “I really enjoy playing here,”..." May 22

  • Fehr replaces Glencross in Caps’ Game 7 lineup

    Pro Hockey Talk "With their season on the line, the Washington Capitals are favoring a familiar face over a trade deadline find. Eric Fehr steps back in the Caps’ lineup in place of Curtis Glencross against the New York Rangers in Game 7. Fehr, 29, has missed the past 10 games. He hasn’t scored in the three..." May 13

  • Capitals forward Fehr to miss Game 1 vs. Rangers

    NHL.com "Washington Capitals forward Eric Fehr will not be available to play against the New York Rangers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Second Round on Thursday (7:30 p.m. ET; CBC, TVA Sports, NBCSN), Capitals coach Barry Trotz said Wednesday. Fehr, listed as day-today because of an upper-body..." April 29

  • Eric Fehr is making the most of a second chance with the Washington Capitals

    Washington Post "Eric Fehr swooped through the offensive zone as time ticked away in Tampa on Thursday, determined to make some luck for himself. When his initial chance on the rush went unsuccessful but the Washington Capitals maintained possession, Fehr took his 6-foot-4, 212-pound frame to the front of the net..." January 12

  • Caps sign Fehr and Volpatti to two-year contract extensions

    Washington Post "Capitals forwards Eric Fehr and Aaron Volpatti had more to celebrate than just a Southeast Division title Wednesday. General Manager George McPhee announced the Capitals have re-signed Fehr and Volpatti to two-year contracts that will keep them with the team through the 2014-15 season. Fehr,..." April 25

  • Eric Fehr out with upper-body injury

    Washington Times "Eric Fehr will miss Tuesday night’s game against the New York Islanders and is being called day-to-day by the Washington Capitals with an upper-body injury. Coach Adam Oates said Monday that Fehr’s injury was not to either of his shoulders. Fehr has had three shoulder surgeries, so that appeared..." March 26

  • Eric Fehr nets game-winner in overtime to vault Washington past Boston

    Washington Post "After the opening 20 minutes Tuesday night at Verizon Center, it looked as though the Washington Capitals would fall short in yet another game they had dubbed a test of their progress. But trailing the talented and tenacious Boston Bruins by three goals at the end of the first period, the Capitals..." March 06

  • Eric Fehr promoted, Wojtek Wolski demoted in Capitals practice

    Washington Post "After a second consecutive loss, Coach Adam Oates tinkered with his forward line combinations for Friday’s practice. Wojtek Wolski, who is pointless in the past seven games, is skating on the third line with Mathieu Perreault and Joel Ward after spending the bulk of the season playing left wing..." February 22