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Daily Archives: March 17, 2017
With Atlantic Division rivals Lehigh Valley and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton facing off tonight as well as Providence and Bridgeport, the door was wide open for the Hershey Bears to take control of a playoff position with a victory over the Hartford Wolf … Continue reading
On any given night this season, the Hershey Bears have been without more than one key player. Some missed multiple games due to injury (Barber, Walker, Bowey, and Gazley to name a few). Others, most recently Jakub Vrana and Paul … Continue reading
The Capitals held one final practice Friday morning before they departed for Florida in advance of their tilt against the Lightning on Saturday night. NoVa Caps photographer Debbie Pierce was on hand to capture a few of the images from the practice … Continue reading
After falling last night to the Predators in overtime, the Capitals held a practice today at Kettler to prepare for tomorrow night’s tilt with the Lightning in Tampa. Andre Burakovsky participated in full pads and Jakub Vrana was reassigned to … Continue reading
Andre Burakovsky took an additional step closer to returning to the Capitals lineup on Friday morning, as he participated in his first full contact practice with the team.
Please be advised that practice times are subject to change. Please check “Caps Today” for the latest schedule before heading to Kettler. You can also follow @CapitalsPR on Twitter for all of the latest changes to the Capitals practice schedule.
The Washington Capitals have re-assigned Jakub Vrana to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL), senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today.
Alex Gallardo/Associated Press As winter haphazardly turns to spring, many Caps fans, myself included, have been known to get the jitters brought on by the team’s average results beginning in late February, much like the 6-6-2 record the Capitals have most recently … Continue reading