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With September fast approaching, the potential offensive lineup for the Hershey Bears is starting to take shape. A number of players are likely available to play center and on the right wing, but there remains questions concerning the left wing.
“Really Happy and Really Proud, A Great Organization”: Capitals’ 2022 Third-Round Draft Pick Alexander Suzdalev Talks His Playing Style, Being Drafted by Washington
The Washington Capitals drafted forward Alexander Suzdalev in the third-round of the 2022 NHL Entry Draft, part of a draft class that received rave reviews from Capitals Assistant General Manager Ross Mahoney and a prospect that partook in the team’s … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals selected left wing Alexander Suzdalev in the third-round (70th overall) of the 2022 NHL Draft. The Capitals acquired the pick as part of the trade that sent goaltender Vitek Vanecek to the New Jersey Devils on second day … Continue reading
Once considered by many as one of the NHL’s weakest prospect pools, the Washington Capitals have made significant gains over the past three NHL Entry Drafts. The team has also made several recent key free-agent signings that have added much needed … Continue reading
Capitals Forward Prospect Ludwig Persson Records Two Goals, Assist In 2023 World Junior Championship Preparation Game
While the rescheduled 2022 World Junior Championship is set to start next week in Edmonton, Alberta, national teams are also busy beginning preparations for the 2023 World Junior Championship, set for December in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Moncton, New Brunswick.
Things are finally beginning to take shape for the Washington Capitals 2022-23 season, and that includes their prospects. We’ve seen a few prospects exit the system (Brian Pinho, Shane Gersich, Pheonix Copley), but other hopefuls have just arrived.
Well, yet another Washington Capitals development camp scrimmage is in the books. And this one was pretty good, and relatively entertaining, considering it’s prospect hockey in July. If you want a full breakdown of the actual game, you can read … Continue reading
And just like that, the Washington Capitals 2022 Development Camp is in the books. The week featured the usual player instruction, personal training and team activities, culminating with an intra-squad scrimmage played Friday night at Capital One Arena. Team Red would … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals announced on Friday the signing of left-wing Alexander Suzdalev. Suzdalev will earn $775,000 in each of the first two seasons of the deal and $800,000 (NHL) in the third and $82,500 in the AHL.
Photo: Steven Ellis/The Hockey News Another NHL Entry Draft is in the books, as the 2022 draft concluded on Friday. The Washington Capitals were busy, selecting seven players: three left wingers, two centers, and two defenseman.