Edinburgh Capitals

Edinburgh Capitals 1, Sheffield Steelers 7: Flu bug hampers Caps

Injuries and a flu-bug took their toll on Edinburgh Capitals tonight, losing 7-1 to visiting Sheffield Steelers.

Igor Valeyev battles against Storm. He is injured along with Konstantin Teslyukevich. Pic: Ian Coyle

Patrik Moisio aims to make the most of Capitals chance

Patrik Moisio has revealed he knocked back two offers from Elite League rivals Coventry Blaze for the promise of big minutes with Edinburgh Capitals.

Ainears Podzins Scores to help Edinburgh take the lead 3-2. Pic: Ian Coyle

Capitals 4, Storm 3: Joy as Edinburgh end losing streak

Edinburgh Capitals player-coach Michael D’Orazio described the “awesome feeling” as his side snapped a 15-game losing streak with a 4-3 win over Manchester Storm at Murrayfield last night.

Michael D'Orazio says the Elite League has done a 'great job' by adding an extra referee for games. Pic: Ian Coyle

Capitals coach hails Elite League’s move to four officials

Edinburgh Capitals player-coach Michael D’Orazio has applauded the Elite League, hailing the “great job” they have done in implementing the four-man officiating system introduced for all league games at the turn of the year.

Pavel Vorobyev Forces a save from Dundees Travis Fullerton at Murrayfield. Pic: Ian Coyle

Capitals lose in overtime to Dundee Stars

Exhausted Edinburgh Capitals, missing six players through injury and illness, took Dundee Stars all the way at Murrayfield tonight, eventually going down 2-1 after penalty shots.

Latvian winger Juris Upitis has left the Caps. Pic: Ian Coyle

Edinburgh Capitals release Pavel Shegalo and winger Juris Upitis

Edinburgh Capitals have released net-minder Pavel Shegalo and winger Juris Upitis with immediate effect.


Burned-out Edinburgh Capital scorched by Guildford Flames

Edinburgh Capitals were thrashed 10-1 by Guildford Flames in Surrey on Tuesday night.

Nikita Kolesnikovs tied the game 2-2 with a rocket of a shot from just inside the blue line. Picture: Ian Coyle

Edinburgh Capitals 3, Fife Flyers 5: Improved performance from Murrayfield men

Edinburgh Capitals came up short in their final game of 2017, but it was a real barn-stormer as they lost 5-3 to Fife Flyers in tonight’s Forth derby at Murrayfield.


Edinburgh Capitals sign Finnish forward Patrik Moisio

Edinburgh Capitals will hand a debut to Patrik Moisio tonight after the club completed the signing of the Finnish forward.

Capitals showed a new-found unity against Braehead Clan. Picture: Ian Coyle

New Caps coach D’Orazio promises to show players the door

Edinburgh Capitals play their marquee fixture of the season at Murrayfield on Sunday – the now traditional Hogmanay Forth derby – against oldest rivals Fife Flyers (face-off 4pm).

Capitals' Sergei Banashkov tries to tuck the puck past Ryan Niw. Pic: Ian Coylr

Battling Edinburgh Capitals kept at bay by Braehead Clan

Edinburgh Capitals were felled 3-1 by Braehead Clan in an entertaining game at Murrayfield last night.

Jay King was the man of the match for Capitals

Capitals are torn apart in Kirkcaldy

Edinburgh Capitals were thrashed 10-1 by Fife Flyers in Kirkcaldy last night, their heaviest defeat of the season compounding a Boxing Day Forth derby nightmare for the Murrayfield men.

Pavel Vorobyev was on target for Capitals in Saturdays 6-3 defeat by Belfast Giants. Pic: Ian Coyle

Jock Hay urges Edinburgh Capitals to build on improved display

Assistant coach Jock Hay believes Edinburgh Capitals head into tonight’s Forth derby with Fife Flyers in Kirkcaldy showing signs of improvement.

Capitals start again tonight with coaches Michael DOrazio and Jock Hay

D’Orazio promises to give Capitals grit against Giants

At 27-years-old, Edinburgh Capitals’ defenceman Michael D’Orazio is the youngest player-coach in the club’s history and he wants to see a his team “compete” in his first match in charge, at home to Belfast Giants at Murrayfield this evening (face-off 5.45pm).

Tyler Beskorowany

Capitals sign former Dallas Stars draft pick Tyler Beskorowany

Edinburgh Capitals have announced the signing of high-calibre Canadian goalie Tyler Beskorowany.

Capitals and head coach Dmitri Khristich went their separate ways at the start of the week. Pic: Maks Levin

Edinburgh Caps ‘have made right call in letting Khristich go’

Edinburgh Capitals were right to part company with head coach Dmitri Khristich, according to former Great Britain ice hockey forward Derek Reilly, but are wrong to continue to keep fans in the dark as regards their on going off ice problems.

Dmitri Khristich. Pic: Maks Levin

Dmitri Khristich is released from Edinburgh Capitals contract

EDINBURCH CAPITALS are today looking for a new coach after “reluctantly” agreeing to release Dmitri Khristich from his contract.

Dmitri Khristich

Capitals stagger but Flames just too hot

Edinburgh Capitals, wearing one-off red Santa Claus strips, certainly gave out some pre-christmas gifts as they were beaten 7-2 by Guildford Flames at Murrayfield last night.

Dmitri Khristich

Capitals coach can’t wait for new blood to inject some life

Edinburgh Capitals head coach Dmitri Khristich believes new signings – expected to arrive at the club next week – will change the atmosphere in the dressing-room as the struggling Murrayfield outfit look to rescue some pride from their disastrous season.

Juris Upitis produced a composed finish to open the scoring at Murrayfield. Pic: Ian Coyle

Capitals made to pay for another third-rate third period

Edinburgh Capitals, who will not have a better chance to win a match this season, put in another poor third period to lose 4-2 against Coventry Blaze at Murrayfield last night.

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