Updated Assignments For Washington Capitals Prospects For The 2022-23 Season: Bogdan Trineyev Makes Opening Night Roster For Dynamo


We are quickly approaching the start of the Washington Capitals 2022-23 season, with training camp set to start on September 22. Many of the Capitals prospects will report a week earlier for a “Rookie Camp” set to run from September 15-19 at MedStar Capitals Iceplex.

Several of the Capitals prospects have yet to finalize their team destinations for the 2022-23 season, and will likely be re-assessed during the upcoming rookie and training camps before final assignments are made. Here’s where we stand today:

NEW THIS WEEK

Bogdan Trineyev has made the opening night roster for Moscow Dynamo. He spent the last two seasons playing for all three of the organization’s teams and could still see the occasional reassignment to the club’s junior team. But for now, Trineyev, 20, will start in the KHL. Their season begins later this week.

Haakon Hanelt will return to the Gatineau Olympiques for the 2022-23 season. The team announced their final roster earlier this week. Hanelt missed a majority of the 2021-22 regular season with a shoulder injury, but returned for the Olympiques postseason. He needs a full (healthy) season in the QMJHL.

Oskar Magnusson will return to AIK in the HockeyAllsvenskan league. Magnusson played for AIK last season as well.

Ivan Miroshnichenko continued personal workouts (no team workouts or practices) over the summer and was listed on the Omsk Wings (VHL) opening night roster.

Dru Krebs will return to the Medicine Hat Tigers for his third season.

STILL TO BE DETERMINED

Martin Hugo Has will not return to Shawinigan in the QMJHL this season. As a 20-year-old defenseman who played last season, he is ineligible to return to league. He could receive a late assignment, or the Capitals may want to see more in the upcoming camps before deciding.

CONFIRMED AND PROJECTED ASSIGNMENTS

PROSPECT POS HT TEAM LEAGUE
Alexeyev, Alex LD 6′-4″ Hershey Bears AHL
Bjorklund, Garin G 6’2″ Hershey/South Carolina AHL/ECHL
Chesley, Ryan RD 6-0″ Minnesota NCAA
Clark, Chase G 6’6″ Quinnipiac NCAA
Clark, Kody RW 6′-3″ Hershey Bears AHL
Fucale, Zach G 6′-2″ Hershey Bears AHL
Geisser, Tobias LD 6′-4″ EV ZUG NL
Gibson, Mitchell G 6’1″ Harvard NCAA
Gucciardi, David LD 6-1″ Michigan State NCAA
Hanelt, Haakon F 6’0″ Gatineau Olympiques QMJHL
Has, Martin Hugo RD 6′-4″
Hofer, Ryan  C 6-3″ Everett Silvertips WHL
Hughes, Bear C 6’1″ Hershey Bears AHL
Iorio, Vincent RD 6′-3″ Hershey Bears AHL
Johansen, Lucas LD 6′-2″ Hershey Bears AHL
Johnson, Brent RD 5’11” North Dakota NCAA
Karabela, Jake C 5-11″ Guelph Storm OHL
Krebs, Dru LD 6′-0″ Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
Lapierre, Hendrix C 6′-0″ Hershey Bears AHL
Leason, Brett RW 6′-5″ Hershey Bears AHL
Lemay, Joaquim LD 6′-1″ Nebraska-Omaha NCAA
Magnusson, Oskar C/RW 5′-10″ AIK HA SHL
Malenstyn, Beck LW 6′-2″ Hershey Bears AHL
Maass, Benton RD 6′-3″ Hershey Bears AHL
Mcilrath, Dylan RD 6′-5″ Hershey Bears AHL
Miroshnichenko, Ivan LW 6′-1″ Omskie Krylia VHL
Nardella, Bobby LD 5′-9″ Hershey Bears AHL
Persson, Ludwig C/LW 6′-0″ BIK Karlskoga HA SHL
Pilon, Garrett C 5′-11″ Hershey Bears AHL
Protas, Aliaksei C 6′-6″ Hershey Bears AHL
Riat, Damien W/C 6′-0″ Lausanne HC NL
Rybinski, Henry C 6′-2″ Hershey Bears AHL
Sgarbossa, Michael C 6′-0″ Hershey Bears AHL
Shepard, Hunter G 6′-1″ Hershey Bears AHL
Snively, Joe LW 5’9″ Hershey Bears AHL
Stevenson, Clay G 6′-4″ Hershey/South Carolina AHL/ECHL
Sutter, Riley RW 6′-4″ Hershey Bears AHL
Suzdalev, Alexander LW 6-2″ Regina Pats WHL
Trineyev, Bogdan LW 6′-2″ Dynamo Moscow KHL
Vecchione, Michael RW/C 5′-10″ Hershey Bears AHL

About Jon Sorensen

Jon has been a Caps fan since day one, attending his first game at the Capital Centre in 1974. His interest in the Caps has grown over the decades and included time as a season ticket holder. He has been a journalist covering the team for 10+ years, primarily focusing on analysis, analytics and prospect development.
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7 Responses to Updated Assignments For Washington Capitals Prospects For The 2022-23 Season: Bogdan Trineyev Makes Opening Night Roster For Dynamo

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good to see Trineyev locked in with the parent club. He earned it late in preseason.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Martin Has has played for so many teams.

    • Jon Sorensen says:

      He has, but I take that as a good thing. He flew through the ranks in the Czech leagues, all at a fairly young age. The playing for three different CHL teams is not all that unusual.

  3. novafyre says:

    Thanks. This is really helpful.

  4. DWGie26 says:

    Excited for Tierneyv. That is big for him. Hope he can keep up and get what he needs to progress in KHL. Big body and right stick is good!

    Has… I want to love him. Caps seemed to have passed on him and unlikely to sign.

    • Jon Sorensen says:

      Very possible. I feel for the kid. He’s succeeded at every challenge, dealt with a ton of adversity (6 teams in 6 years, 18 months without any hockey due to covid) and still shown he can play. Hopefully the Capitals give him an honest shot in Hershey.

  5. Anonymous says:

    It will be interesting to follow Miro’s progress this season.

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