Staying in the Eastern Conference, the Washington Capitals are bringing back an offensive piece of their own, giving winger Jakob Vrana a two-year contract on Tuesday. The 23-year-old was a restricted free agent, and will now make $6.7 million on this new deal. He earned this new deal by having a career year in 2018-2019, putting up 24 goals and 23 assists for 47 points on the year. He also was key in the team,'s Stanley Cup win over the Las Vegas Golden Knights the season prior, recording three goals and five assists in that series. In 176 career regular season games in the NHL, he has 80 points, and now is looked at as a necessity for Washington to stay atop the Metropolitan Division.