The Washington Capitals 2016 Development Camp will run from this Tuesday, June 28th to Saturday, July 2nd at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Ballston, Virginia. NoVa Caps has prepared a quick primer for those who might be thinking about attending.
Development Camp Overview:
The Washington Capitals development camp is an annual five-day training session with on- and off-ice workouts designed to help Capitals prospects improve their games and allow the Capitals to evaluate their progress. A complete guide for Development Camp, including schedule and rosters can be found here:
This is the tenth straight year that the camp is being held at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. Past development camps have been held in Odenton, Md., and Hershey, Pa. The camp will conclude with a scrimmage held on Saturday, July 2, at 10:30 a.m. All on-ice workouts and the scrimmage are open and free to the general public.
Capitals Fan Fest
The Washington Capitals will host Caps Fan Fest at Kettler Capitals Iceplex on Wednesday, June 29, with activities beginning at 3 p.m. The Caps Alumni Exhibition will take place at 7:30 p.m. Participating alumni are scheduled to include Matt Bradley, Kevin Kaminski, Olie Kolzig and Dennis Maruk. The teams announced for the Alumni scrimmage:
Andre Burakovsky may be the best example of how a player can elevate their game and ultimately make the Caps starting line-up. Burakovsky came into the 2014 Development Camp as one of many prospects in camp. However at the conclusion of camp, it was clear he had caught the attention of the Caps new coaching staff.
2015 Development Camp
Jakub Vrana – The Capitals #1 pick in 2014, at the 2015 Development Camp
Jonas Siegenthaler – The Capitals #2 pick in 2015, at 2015 Development Camp
Previous Development Camp Rosters:
2010 Camp Roster
2011 Camp Roster
2012 Camp Roster
2013 Camp Roster
2014 Camp Roster
2015 Camp Roster
An awesome, much needed week of Capitals hockey!
The 2010 Camp was a doozie- Holtby, Kuznetsov and more.
The 2010 Camp was the most memorable Camp I ever went to see — by far. We not only Holtby there but MoJo and Cody Eakin and Galiev, too.
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