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Photo: Bridgeport Sound Tigers The Washington Capitals announced on Thursday morning the re-signing of forward prospect Brian Pinho to a two-year deal.
In this post we will take a look at the development of the Washington Capitals prospect pool from a five-year perspective. The extended perspective is utilized to look at the Capitals long-term organizational status based on five-year projections for each of … Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic essentially stopped the hockey world cold during the first week of March. Since then, playing time for all of the Washington Capitals prospects has been scarce, with little guarantee of when league play will return to play.
It’s a busy time for Washington Capitals’ general manager Brian MacLellan. Part of MacLellan’s immediate “to-do” list is includes assessing and re-signing all of the Capitals’ current non-roster free agents. This years free agents include four forwards and five defensemen, … Continue reading
Twice each season we pull together all of our prospect game data, video analysis, advanced statistics and calculate a current ranking for each player in the Washington Capitals prospect pool. Each January we release our mid-season ranking and each offseason … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals The Washington Capitals have taken the ice for pregame warmups for Game 4 at Scotiabank Arena. Todd Reirden has released his starting lines and defensive pairs for the game:
The Washington Capitals fell to the New York Islanders 2-1 (OT) in Game 3 of their first round series Sunday afternoon at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. The loss gives the Islanders a commanding 3-0 series lead. Game 4 is set … Continue reading
Siegenthaler, Kempny Benched; Fehervary, Gudas In; Boyd Out, Pinho In; Backstrom Out: Line Changes For Game 3
Trailing 2-0 in their first round best-of-seven series with the New York Islanders, Capitals head coach Todd Reirden felt it was time to make some changes with his starting lineup.
Brian Pinho Scores Goal and an Assist, Leads Team Red Over Team Blue, 2-1 in Capitals Third Scrimmage
Photo: @Capitals The Washington Capitals held their third intrasquad scrimmage of the 2020 summer training camp at MedStar Capitals Iceplex on Friday. Team Blue, consisting of mostly Capitals veterans and starters, faced Team Red, which consisted mostly of players looking … Continue reading
It happened so late in the 2019-2020 season, many didn’t even really notice. After a very quiet rookie campaign in the AHL, Brian Pinho seemingly found the light switch at the very tail end of the season. He finished the … Continue reading