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Tag Archives: Brett Leason
Photo: Sportsnet The Washington Capitals announced on Thursday afternoon that they have signed forward Brett Leason, their second-round pick (56th overall) in the 2019 NHL Draft, to a three-year entry-level contract that carries a cap hit of $750,000.
The top 20 Capitals prospect list has been updated to reflect the departure of players due to free agency (Riley Barber, Nathan Walker, Aaron Ness, Jayson, etc.), additional film review and analysis and performance at the 2019 Capitals Development Camp. … Continue reading
We’re camping! The 2019 Washington Capitals Development Camp will begin this Tuesday (6/25) at MedStar Capitals Iceplex in Ballston, Virginia, and run through Saturday (6/29). This year’s camp will include all new Capitals prospects drafted this past weekend in Vancouver, in … Continue reading
With the 56th overall selection in the second round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the Washington Capitals selected 20 year-old right wing Brett Leason from the Western Hockey League’s Prince Albert Raiders. Leason had a strong performance in the … 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.