• Wolski Signs In KHL

    News: Wojtek Wolski signed a contract with the KHL's Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod, the Capitals announced Monday.
    Analysis: The Caps signed Wojtek Wolski last summer. He did not make any playoff appearances and played in just 27 games for Washington this season. After playing with five NHL teams, Wolski has made the move to the KHL at age 27, and he's unlikely to return to North America anytime soon.
  • Caps' Wolski Picks Up Three Points

    News: Wojtek Wolski scored a goal and added two assists in Thursday's win over the Panthers.
    Analysis: That's goals in consecutive games for the Polish-Canadian winger on the heels of a 10-game scoreless stretch. "Enigmatic" is the term for Wojtek Wolski, who's still young enough (27) that his career shouldn't have fallen off a cliff like it has since his 65-point 2009-10 season.
  • Wolski Scores In Caps Debut

    News: Wojtek Wolski scored at 18:15 in the second period of a 6-3 Caps loss Saturday.
    Analysis: Wojtek Wolski also had an assist in the first period of his debut with the Caps. Wolski had 12 points in just 31 games last year. The 26-year-old Wolski is already on his eighth NHL season and third NHL team.
  • Caps' Wolski To Join Polish Club

    News: Wojtek Wolski will sign with KH Sanok of Poland during the NHL lockout, EliteProspects.com reports.
    Analysis: Wojtek Wolski is expected to sign the contract when he returns to Poland on October 14. Wolski played for the Rangers and Panthers last season, totaling 12 points in 31 games.
  • Wolski Signs With Washington

    News: Wojtek Wolski signed a one-year, $600,000 deal with Washington on Wednesday, Washington Post writer Katie Carrera reports.
    Analysis: Wojtek Wolski is nowhere near the level he was in 2009, when he totaled 65 points in 80 games, but he should still be a solid bargain for Washington at a $600,000 salary.
  • Panthers' Wolski Finds Success Against Hurricanes

    News: Wojtek Wolski enters Saturday's game against the Hurricanes with 11 points in 11 career games played against the Hurricanes.
    Analysis: Wojtek Wolski typically saw a surge in production following a mid-season trade, but has gone silent having failed to register a point over his previous five games. The combination of his post-trade prowess and success against the Hurricanes makes Wolski an attractive option for owners looking to round out their lineups.
  • Panthers' Wolski Looking To Remain Productive

    News: Wojtek Wolski enters Thursday's game against the Wild with nine points in 16 games as a Panther.
    Analysis: Wojtek Wolski has traditionally done well after being dealt mid-season and this remains the case due to his recent burst in productivity. Wolski can be used as a viable option in deeper leagues for the short-term.
  • Wolski A Productive Panther

    News: Wojtek Wolski scored his third goal as a Panther in Thursday's 6-2 blowout of the Bruins, extending his points streak to four games.
    Analysis: Wojtek Wolski's got a respectable eight points in 11 games and has fit in nicely for a Florida team that needed his hands on offense. He tends to be revitalized by new environs, so roll with the production while it's there.
  • Wolski Active In Panthers' Win

    News: Wojtek Wolski posted two assists in Tuesday's 5-2 win over Toronto, giving him four over the last three games.
    Analysis: Of Wojtek Wolski's 10 points on the season, seven have come since his trade to Florida in late February. The crafty veteran is giving Florida steady production and is well worth a look in deeper leagues. He simply wasn't seeing the minutes in New York.
  • Wolski Snipes Panthers' Lone Goal In Loss

    News: Wojtek Wolski's solid play against the Predators continued Saturday. He notched the Panthers' only goal in a 3-1 loss.
    Analysis: He is a Pred killer with nine goals and 17 points in 22 career tilts against Nashville. He has three points in five games since joining Florida and he could finally be finding a home. Keep an eye on him.