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Category Archives: Draft
Photo: Sportsnet Last year, the Hershey Bears were swept by the eventual Calder Cup-winning Charlotte Checkers in the second round of the Calder Cup Playoffs. The Bears had a shaky start to the season, which ended up turning around as … Continue reading
Photo: Jamestown Sun After naming Ron Francis their first General Manager in franchise history on July 18, the Seattle NHL franchise now has their architect for the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft. Francis has to select one player from each of … Continue reading
After the start of the NHL Free Agency Period, how do the Metropolitan Division teams look? Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com The Washington Capitals unveiled their 2019 development camp roster on Monday night, the eve of development camp. For more information on the team’s development camp including the schedule, click here. The camp will run through Saturday.
Photo: Detroit News With trade buzz around the NHL ahead of the draft in Vancouver heating up, it was surprising that Friday’s Round 1 of the draft did not feature any major moves. That changed early Saturday before the second … Continue reading
Photo: Canucks Forum The Washington Capitals selected defenseman Martin Has with their fifth-round pick (153rd overall) in the 2019 NHL Draft. The 18-year old spent the past two seasons with Tappara U20 of the Jr. A SM-liiga in Finland.
Photo: CHL The Washington Capitals took center Aliaksei Protas with their third-round selection at the 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver on Saturday. Protas, 18, spent the 2018-19 season with the CHL’s Prince Albert Raiders, his first with the team.
Which NHL teams did the best and worst on day one of the 2019 NHL Draft? Continue reading
Photo: CHL The Washington Capitals selected forward Brett Leason with the 56th overall pick at the 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver on Saturday. Leason, 20, has played the past two seasons with the CHL’s Prince Albert Raiders.
Photo: Jewels From The Crown The Washington Capitals selected center Connor McMichael, a native of Ajax, Ontario, with the 25th overall pick in the 2019 NHL Draft at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Friday night. McMichael, 18, played with the … Continue reading