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- Some NHL Players Are Considering Foregoing Their Final Check of the Season, Which Comes April 15
- Benton Maass: Annual Review and Forecast -2019-2020 Season
- Islanders President Lou Lamoriello ‘Extremely Optimistic’ 2019-2020 NHL Season Will Resume
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- Golden Knights’ Chandler Stephenson & Girlfriend Tasha Maltman Participate in The Front Steps Project
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- Barry Trotz Reflects on Time Spent Coaching Alex Ovechkin
- The Complete 2018 Washington Capitals Stanley Cup Itinerary: First Draft
- Aliaksei Protas: Annual Review and Forecast – 2019-2020 Season
- A Look Back at the Capitals Season-Ending, Playoff-Clinching Winning Streak of 2007-2008
Tag Archives: 2019-2020 Hershey Bears
Photo: Bridgeport Sound Tigers As we sit and wait to see what the future brings with regards to the conclusion of the 2019-2020 hockey season, we have some time to assess a few of the pressing roster issues that will … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals announced today that forward Kody Clark has been loaned to the Hershey Bears.
Hershey Bears Down Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 3-2 in Overtime In Preseason Rematch; Alexander Alexeyev Makes Debut and Records Assist
JustSports Photography/Hershey Bears After facing off against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in Wilkes-Barre on Friday night, the Hershey Bears hosted a rematch in their only home game of the preseason at Giant Center in Hershey on Saturday night, rallying from a … Continue reading
Photo: JustSports/Hershey Bears With the start of training camp just around the corner, battles for roster spots and playing time loom for the Hershey Bears. Here are five key battles to keep an eye on.
Brett Leason was drafted by the Capitals in the second round (#56 overall) of the 2019 NHL Entry Level Draft back in June, and signed a three-year entry-level contract for $750,000 average annual value (AAV) following Capitals Development cap on July 11th. … Continue reading
Photo: JustSports Photography As training camp approaches, the Hershey Bears have a lot of forwards in their den. Currently, there are 12 players with NHL contracts, five with AHL contracts and one on a professional tryout agreement. That is 18 … Continue reading