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The Washington Capitals will enter training camp in a few weeks with a number of open roster spots. As many as three, possibly four prospects could make the opening night roster, with two of those players potentially starting on the backend. This article … Continue reading
HERSHEY, PA – With all of the insanity swirling in Washington and Hershey during this off-season, many in the area are wondering how the Caps potential roster will impact Hershey in 2017-2018. Here are five big questions that are hopefully … Continue reading
HERSHEY, PA – Two seasons ago, the Hershey Bears had to scratch certain players due to veteran status. While the issue did not pose a problem last season for the Bears, it seems it will be one Troy Mann may … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals wrapped up their 2017 Prospects Development Camp Saturday afternoon at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. NoVa Caps photographer Debbie Pierce was on hand to capture a few of the images.
If you love great goaltending the place you had to be this Thursday morning was at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. Adam Carlson, Collin Delia, Michael Lackey, and Mack Shields were each stellar on the ice.
Throughout their history, the Washington Capitals have been a team able to identify talent in the NHL Entry Draft and the current pool of prospects shows that. In this article, NoVa Caps’ Luke Adomanis looks at the Caps’ 30 best … Continue reading
If the Hershey Bears are going to win an unprecedented 12th Calder Cup, they just might be doing so on the shoulders of the 2009-2010 Jack A. Butterfield Trophy winner and a rookie netminder, and that’s no cause for alarm … Continue reading
The Hershey Bears had not won a playoff game on Giant Center ice since May 21, 2016 when they beat the Toronto Marlies. It had been even longer since the Bears beat Providence in the postseason (May 17, 2009). That … Continue reading
It’s safe to say there will be a bear in the Eastern Conference Finals. What’s unclear is if it will be the Hershey Bears (#3 seed) or the Providence Bruins (#4 seed). The series gets underway Saturday at Giant Center.