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Our latest former Caps watch provides an update on the recently waived Axel Jonason-Fjallby and Brett Leason. Both players were waived by the Capitals in October 9 and claimed the following day – Jonason-Fjallby by the Winnipeg Jets and Brett … Continue reading
Photo: NHL via Getty Images The Capitals signed free agent winger Sonny Milano to a one-year, one-way deal on Sunday and then placed him on waivers later in the day in order to send him to AHL Hershey.
The Hershey Bears open their 2022-23 American Hockey League (AHL) campaign on Saturday night when they face the Utica Comets in front of the home crowd at the Giant Center. With the final roster cuts from the parent Washington Capitals … Continue reading
Axel Jonsson-Fjallby Claimed By Winnipeg, Anaheim Claims Brett Leason; Lucas Johansen, Henrik Borgstrom Clear
Sunday afternoon the Washington Capitals waived Axel Jonsson-Fjallby, Lucas Johansen, Brett Leason and Henrik Borgstrom, with the intention of re-assigning the players to AHL Hershey. The moves were made in order to meet the NHL’s 23-man roster deadline set for … Continue reading
The Capitals leaked their final roster intentions on Sunday morning but made it official Sunday afternoon. Axel Jonsson-Fjallby, Lucas Johansen, Henrik Borgstrom and Brett Leason have been placed on waivers with the intention of loaning the players to Hershey.
The Washington Capitals were back to work Tuesday morning for Day 12 of training camp at MedStar Capitals Iceplex. They next host the Detroit Red Wings Wednesday night at Capital One Arena in their 5th of six preseason games. They … Continue reading
Photo: Della Young/NoVa Caps The Washington Capitals opened their 2022 preseason slate of games with a 4-3 overtime loss to the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday at Capital One Arena. No less than 13 of the Capitals prospects played in the opener. … Continue reading
We are a little more than a month away from the start of Washington Capitals rookie camp which will be closely followed by the Capitals 2022-23 training camp. Competition for roster spots will be tamped down a bit this preseason, … Continue reading
Photo: NHL via Getty Images The 2022-23 season is set to be an intriguing one for the Washington Capitals. Following the fourth straight first round exit in the Stanley Cup playoffs, it was clear there would be changes to the … Continue reading
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.