Capitals Extend Bona Fide Offers To Three 2021 Draft Picks

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The Washington Capitals announced on Thursday that the team has extended bona fide offers to retain the rights of goaltender Chase Clark in addition to defensemen Joaquim Lemay and Dru Krebs, all 2021 NHL Draft picks by the club.

The Capitals drafted Lemay 119th overall (fourth round), Krebs 176th (sixth), and Clark 183rd (sixth).

Lemay put up nine goals and 46 points in 58 games with the USHL’s Lincoln Stars this past season while Krebs earned four goals and 19 points with the WHL’s Medicine Hat Tigers and Clark put up an .902 save percentage and a 3.09 goals-against average in 20 USHL games.

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2 Responses to Capitals Extend Bona Fide Offers To Three 2021 Draft Picks

  1. steven says:

    Would like to see Clark sign and be in Hershey. As he is 6’5 he would fill a lot of the goal. Would like to see what he could do with some more coaching and a whole year in Hershey. He is only 20 and the competition in Hershey or even SC would be good for him. asfor Dru Krebs a -58 last year makes you wonder if it is him or the team he was on or both. Average size at 6′ and what 180 and what I have heard is he is not mechanically sound and lacks depth but has speed, on the good he is a lefty D. Joaquim Lemay is another lefty D but at 6’1 and 170. Did well last year with the Lincoln Start with ( goals and 37 assists. Thought he was going to Nebraska next year. Soif we evre see him it would be what 3-4 years min and then he would probably be in Hershey rather than Wash. Never bad to sign players looking to the future.

    • Jon Sorensen says:

      I follow on Clark. He has committed to Quinnipiac this fall, not sure if he intends to get his degree or not. Still could change his mind. Quinnipiac’ she top netminder decided to return for one more season, which obviously means less time for Clark, that might change his mind too.

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