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- “It’s Been A Pleasure To Play All Those Years With One Organization”: Alex Ovechkin Speaks on His New Contract, What It Means to Stay In Washington, and His Career Going Forward
- Rangers Acquire Ryan Reaves From Golden Knights For 2022 Third-Round Pick
- Deep Dive: A Closer Look at Capitals Draft Pick Chase Clark
- Capitals Re-Acquire Vitek Vanecek From Kraken In Exchange For Jets’ 2023 Second-Round Pick
- Capitals Re-Sign Lucas Johansen; Sign Two Defensemen, Goaltender Hunter Shepard To Two-Way Contracts
- Report: Washington Capitals Believed to Have Interest In Re-Acquiring Vitek Vanecek From Seattle Kraken
- Former Capitals’ Goaltender Philipp Grubauer Signs Six-Year, $35.4 Million Contract With Kraken
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- Former Capitals Goaltender Braden Holtby Signs One-Year Contract With Stars After Getting Contract Bought Out By Canucks
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Tag Archives: Hendrix Lapierre
Capitals Prospects Hendrix Lapierre, Garin Bjorklund Selected For Canada’s National Junior Team Summer Development Camp
Team Canada released their full roster of invitees for their National Junior Team summer development camp, which opens July 28 on the Tsuut’ina Nation. Capitals forward prospect Hendrix Lapierre and Capitals goaltender prospect Garin Bjorklund were invitees to the camp.
We continue our annual Capitals prospect review and forecast series with Hendrix LaPierre, center for Acadie-Bathurst in the Quebec Men’s Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). (You can access all of our Capitals Prospect Reports and player analysis on our “Prospects” page here.)
Daily Links: Michal Kempny And Jakub Vrana Reunite In Budapest, Hendrix LaPierre On The Move, Da Beauty League Rosters And More Vacation Photos
Photo: @michalkempny The Islanders and Lightning take center stage at Nassau Coliseum tonight for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final. The Lightning will look to close-out the series while the Islanders will be looking to replicate the Capitals comeback … Continue reading
In this post we’ll take a look at the development of the Washington Capitals prospect pool from a “big picture” perspective. The expanded perspective is helpful for assessing the Capitals long-term organizational structure. The prospect projections can then be utilized to … Continue reading
Hockey prospects, like the rest of the world, have had a difficult time finding work over the last 15 months. Several prospects have been sitting idle the entire time, several have wallowed away weeks in quarantine just to play in … Continue reading
Washington Capitals Prospect Report – May, 2021: Connor McMichael Finishes With A Bang, Aliaksei Protas And Tobias Geisser Participate In World Championship
Welcome to the ninth installment of our Washington Capitals Monthly Prospects Report for the 2020-2021 season. This report summarizes activities for each of the Capitals’ prospects for the month of May, 2021.
Hendrix Lapierre, the Capitals’ first round pick in the 202o NHL Entry Draft, performed well in this year’s postseason, but it wasn’t enough, as he and the Chicoutimi Saguenéens fell to the Val d’Or Foreurs in the third round of the … Continue reading
Washington Capitals Prospect Report – March, 2021: Aliaksei Protas, Alex Alexeyev Shine In KHL Playoffs, Bobby Nardella Leads Djurgarden
Welcome to the seventh installment of NoVa Caps’ Washington Capitals Monthly Prospects Report for the 2020-2021 season. This report summarizes activities for each of the Capitals’ prospects for the month of March, 2021.
Washington Capitals Prospect Report – February, 2021: Connor McMichael And Garrett Pilon Get Tricky, Alex Alexeyev And Aliaksei Protas Head To Playoffs And Zach Fucale Is A Wall
Welcome to the sixth installment of NoVa Caps’ Washington Capitals Monthly Prospects Report for the 2020-2021 season. This report summarizes activities for each of the Capitals’ prospects for the month of February, 2021.
Photo: André Émond Hendrix Lapierre has had an on and off season since he was drafted by the Capitals in the first round of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. On and off with regards to playing time, that is. The … Continue reading