Author Archives: Jon Sorensen

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.

All Clear: Zach Fucale, Beck Malenstyn, Garrett Pilon, Gabriel Carlsson, Dylan McIlrath And Bobby Nardella All Clear Waivers

On Sunday the Washington Capitals waived Beck Malenstyn, Garrett Pilon, Gabriel Carlsson, Dylan McIlrath, Bobby Nardella and Zach Fucale from their 2022-23 training camp roster. The move was required in order to re-assign the players to AHL Hershey. All six … Continue reading

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Midday Breakaway: Meeting Expectations

Last week we reviewed the advanced statistic “expected goals for”. It’s a metric that analysts will utilize quite a bit this season, so we thought it might be beneficial to provide a bit of an introduction to the stat for … Continue reading

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Alexander Suzdalev Scores First Goal Of WHL Season

Washington Capitals forward prospect Alexander Suzdalev returned to the Regina Pats of the WHL on Tuesday. Suzdalev’s preseason training and start of the WHL season was paused so that he could participate in Capitals rookie camp and the first few days of … Continue reading

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Capitals Announce 3rd Round Of Cuts To 2022-23 Training Camp Roster

The Washington Capitals have the day off on Sunday, which typically signals a day of potential roster reductions during training camp. To no surprise the team announced a third round of roster cuts on Sunday.

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Capitals Prospect Notebook: Review Of Prospect Play In 4th Preseason Game

Photo: @Capitals The Washington Capitals continued their 2022 preseason schedule Saturday night with a 2-1 loss to the Blue Jackets in Columbus. The Capitals started seven veteran forwards and three veteran defensemen, as the team continues to move closer to … Continue reading

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Hunter Shepard, Mike Sgarbossa, Riley Sutter And Mike Vecchione Clear Waivers

The Washington Capitals waived Hunter Shepard, Mike Sgarbossa, Riley Sutter and Mike Vecchione on Friday with the intention of re-assigning the players to Hershey. All players went unclaimed by the deadline on Saturday and will report to Hershey.

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Clay Stevenson Out 4-6 Weeks Following Surgery On Right Hand

The Washington Capitals announced on Saturday that goaltender Clay Stevenson will be out 4-6 weeks following surgery.

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Capitals Announce Roster For 4th Preseason Game

The Washington Capitals announced their roster for the fourth preseason game on when they face the Blue Jackets in Columbus on Saturday. Puck drop is 7:00PM and will be streamed on the Capitals website.

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Dru Krebs Reflects On Capitals Camp: “It Was A Cool Experience, Especially Being Able To Play Against My Brother”

Washington Capitals prospect Dru Krebs made his WHL regular-season debut for the Medicine Hat Tigers on Friday night. Krebs returned to the team on Wednesday after  participating in both the Capitals’ rookie camp and main training camp. He also played … Continue reading

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Capitals Announce Second Round Of Cuts To Training Camp Roster

The Washington Capitals announced a second round of cuts to their 2022 training camp roster on Friday. The roster is now down to 40 players.

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