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Daily Archives: March 9, 2017
How will hockey look 5-10 years from now? What changes should fans expect to see in the future? Continue reading
The Hershey Bears are collaborating with Vista School and Autism Society of Greater Harrisburg for the First Autism Acceptance theme night at a Hershey Bears’ game this Sunday, March 12. Doors open at 3:30 PM and puck drop at 5 PM.
Photo: Kelly L. Cox/USA Today Sports The Capitals begin their western road trip tonight in San Jose, California, when they take on the Western Conference champions Sharks at SAP Center. Puck drop for those of us in the DC area … Continue reading
In the first game of a three-game West Coast road trip, the Capitals face the San Jose Sharks for the final time this season. Coming off a disappointing 4-2 loss to the Dallas Stars, the Caps look to right the … Continue reading
Photo: USATSI The Capitals power play has always been known as one of the best in the league during the Ovechkin era. The power play unit has struggled early on this season, but has since undergone a resurgence.
It’s been one of the highlights of Bears games this season – the anticipation of what Garrett Mitchell will do in the pregame. Hershey fans are accustomed to Mitchell “checking” the glass, but this season, he’s had a bit of … Continue reading
Photo: NHL Nicklas Backstrom is having yet another Backstrom-like season so far in 2016-2017. He’s leading the Capitals in points, and would be leading the NHL in points if not for the Capitals “big picture” plan. All of this going mostly … Continue reading