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- Former Capitals Prospect Connor Hobbs Retires from Professional Hockey
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Most famous in Caps Nation for being acquired (with Michael Latta) in the deal that sent Swedish phenom Filip Forsberg to Nashville, Martin Erat, 38, officially announced his retirement on Friday.
Photo: Washington Capitals The NHL Entry Draft is the most cost-efficient method for teams to acquire talent. The best teams are able to cultivate talent from each draft, re-stocking prospect pipelines — and even NHL-ready players. Teams that draft effectively … Continue reading
Who will the Washington Capitals select with the 25th overall pick in the 2019 NHL Draft? Continue reading
The New York Rangers’ Mats Zuccarello and Henrik Lundqvist are teaming up for the 2018 Henke and Zucca Summer Classic, an outdoor charity game to be held this Saturday at Ulleval Stadium in Oslo, Norway. The event, expected to fill … Continue reading
Photo: Washington Capitals The Washington Capitals will host the Nashville Predators on Thursday night for the final meeting between the two teams this season. The Predators defeated the Capitals 6-3 in the first meeting of the season back on November … Continue reading
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Leading into the NHL Entry Draft of 2012, the consensus #1 pick was expected to be Nail Yakupov, a Russian-born player who played Juniors with the Sarnia Sting. One slogan for slumping teams in tank mode was “Fail for Nail”.
Team Sweden held their final practice at Kettler Capitals Iceplex Tuesday afternoon. The Team arrived Sunday afternoon, and held their first practice at Kettler on Sunday evening. A few photos from today’s final session.