Report: Columbus To Hire Mike Babcock As Next Head Coach


According to TSN’s Darren Dreger, Mike Babcock will return to the NHL for the first time since November 19, 2019 to be the Columbus Blue Jackets’ head coach. Continue reading

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Shane Gersich Scores First Goal Of The Postseason, Bears Beat Amerks, 1-0, Advance To Calder Cup Finals

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The Hershey Bears downed the Rochester Americans, 1-0 in game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals Friday night at Blue Cross Arena in Rochester. With the win, the Bears Earle the best-of-seven series four games to two and advance to the 2023 Calder Cup Finals. Continue reading

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Assessing Potential Factors Related To Ethen Frank’s Postseason Disappearance

Washington Capitals forward prospect Ethen Frank had an eye-popping regular season, posting 30 goals and 19 assists in just 57 games played. His performance during the 2022-23 season ultimately garnered him an NHL contract with the Capitals beginning next season. Continue reading

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Capitals Relinquish Rights To Dru Krebs And Martin Hugo Has, Extend Bonafide Offer To Jake Karabela

Thursday at 5PM was the deadline for teams to sign players with draft rights set to expire this off-season. Defensemen Dru Krebs and Martin Hugo Has were the only Capitals players that met the criteria this offseason. The Capitals declined to extend offers to both players. Continue reading

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Capitals Potential Player Acquisition Target: Tyler Bertuzzi

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In our latest post identifying players that could be potential acquisition targets for the Washington Capitals this off-season, we’re going to take a look at pending unrestricted free agent forward Tyler Bertuzzi. With the Capitals and General Manager Brian MacLellan looking to upgrade the top-six forwards this off-season, Bertuzzi would lpotentially be a solid fit in the skilled forward group. Continue reading

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Alexander Suzdalev Named To CHL’s All-Rookie Team For 2022-23 Season

Post-season awards continue to roll-in for Washington Capitals forward prospect Alexander Suzdalev. On Thursday the CHL named the 19-year-old winger to their 2023 All-Rookie team. Suzdalev led all WHL rookies in goals (38), assists (48), points (86), power play goals (17), and power play assists (19), and tied for first in points per-game (1.30). Continue reading

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2023 Stanley Cup Final Preview: Vegas, Florida Eye First Championship In Battle Of Sunbelt

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The Vegas Golden Knights and Florida Panthers will clash in the 2023 Stanley Cup Final. Both teams have yet to win a championship. For just the third time this century, the NHL will see a final matchup that will guarantee a first-time winner. Continue reading

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Dowd Underwent Core Surgery After Season Ended, Washington GM MacLellan Says

While talking to the media after head coach Spencer Carbery’s first media availability on the job, Washington Capitals GM Brian MacLellan announced that center Nic Dowd recently underwent core surgery to fix an issue he was dealing with at the end of this past season. Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Introduce Spencer Carbery As Their 20th Head Coach In Franchise History

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The Washington Capitals officially introduced Spencer Carbery as their next head coach  Thursday morning in Washington. Carbery was announced as the 20th head coach in Capitals franchise history on May 30 Continue reading

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Rochester Downs Hershey, 4-1, Forces A Game 6 In Eastern Conference Finals; Aliaksei Protas Scores 5th Postseason Goal

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The Hershey Bears fell to the Rochester Americans, 4-1 in game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals Wednesday night at Giant Center in Hershey. With the victory, Rochester forces a game 6 on Friday in Rochester. Continue reading

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