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Which teams will reign the NHL’s Pacific Division in 2018-19? Continue reading
The Dreaded Stanley Cup Hangover: Can the Washington Capitals Remain Focused in Their First 10 Games of 2018-19?
Can the Washington Capitals avoid the dreaded Stanley Cup hangover to begin the 2018-19 season? Continue reading
We continue our prospect review and forecast series with a review and forecast for Nathan Walker. (You can access all of our Capitals Prospect Reports and player analysis on our “Prospects” page right here.)
Will Capitals netminder Philipp Grubauer be traded before the 2018 NHL Draft? Continue reading
It’s May 4th, 2018, which means this year’s IIHF World Championship is officially underway. Some of the best hockey players from around the world will represent their countries in this tournament, including NHL and AHL players whose teams are not involved … Continue reading
Photo: Sports Illustrated As the NHL Trade Deadline is now just 44 days away, it’s time to start looking teams, assessing their needs and determining who might be players in the upcoming trade market. Teams who will not be in … Continue reading
Photo: Hershey Bears Nathan Walker making it to the NHL at the start of this season was one of the best stories of the year so far. He was the first player from Australia who ever made it to the … Continue reading
Nathan Walker is back. After the Capitals placed him on waivers on the final day of November, the Capitals lost him as he was picked up by the Edmonton Oilers. On Tuesday, Edmonton placed Walker on waivers and today at … Continue reading
The Edmonton Oilers placed former-Capital forward Nathan Walker on waivers in an effort to make room to call up forward Anton Slepyshev from the AHL’s Bakersfield Condors. The Oilers also placed defenseman Oscar Klefbom on injured reserve.
While the Capitals (and their fan) base were hoping that popular left wing Nathan Walker would go unclaimed on waivers, the likelihood of him clearing and being sent to Hershey was unlikely. And after losing Walker on waivers to the … Continue reading