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Capitals Prospect Martin Fehervary Steps Up In Swedish Hockey League Playoffs

Martin Fehervary and his HV71 lost the fifth quarterfinal game against Färjestad in the third (!) overtime period, making it the second longest playoff game in Swedish Hockey League (SHL) history. It lasted for 117 minutes, and the Caps prospect … Continue reading

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Capitals’ Prospect Axel Jonsson-Fjallby Scores Two Goals in Djurgården Playoff Victory

Photo: SHL Washington Capitals prospect Axel Jonsson-Fjällby had himself a night yesterday, scoring two goals and securing the win for Djurgården against Skellefteå, in the SHL quarterfinals.

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Capitals’ Prospect Chase Priskie Named Top 10 Finalist For Hobey Baker Award

Photo: Quinnipiac Bobcats Washington Capitals‘ defensive prospect Chase Priskie was named a top 10 finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, given to the player of the year in the NCAA, the league announced on Wednesday afternoon. You can vote for … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals’ Prospect Garrett Pilon Is Making Moves In The AHL

Photo: Tori Hartman It’s no secrete that many of the Washington Capitals prospects in the AHL are starting to heat-up in 2019. The Bears recently set an organizational record for consecutive games with points, and as a result, have risen … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Prospect Report – February, 2019

Welcome to the fifth installment of NoVa Caps’ monthly prospect reports for the 2018-2019 Washington Capitals. The report summarizes activities for each of the Capitals’ prospects for the month of February, 2019, and provides an overall monthly “Trending” rating for each player. We … Continue reading

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Backup On The Blueline – Analysis Of The Capitals’ Organizational Depth On Defense

It was no surprise that Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan made a trade for defenseman Nick Jensen days before the deadline last week. The championship-winning GM has made a move for a defenseman in each of his previous four years … Continue reading

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Axel Jonsson-Fjallby’s Struggles Continue In Return to SHL

Photo: HockeyNews.se News came on Tuesday that Washington Capitals prospect Axel Jonsson-Fjallby has now been preliminarily relegated to the 13th (extra) forward position for Wednesday’s game against Malmo, dropping him from his usual RW position on the second line for … Continue reading

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Connor Hobbs’ Improvement A Key in Hershey’s Turnaround

Photos: Tori Hartman Coming off a huge offensive season with the Regina Pats in the Western Hockey League (AHL), Connor Hobbs came to the Hershey Bears with high expectations for the 2017-18 American Hockey League (AHL) season. The young defenseman … Continue reading

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Ilya Samsonov – First 24 Games in North America: Adaptation, Education and Sticking To The Script

Ilya Samsonov is finding his way in this brave, new world. The Capitals number one draft pick in 2015 (#22 overall) is beginning to adapt to life in the states and the North American “style” of hockey. This post focuses on … Continue reading

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Beck Malenstyn: Opening Eyes in Hershey

Photo: Tori Hartman There have been quite a few new faces in Hershey this season. From the highly touted prospect to the well-traveled vet, change was abundant this past fall in Chocolate town. As one might expect, things got off … Continue reading

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