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Some teams are optimistic that the NHL will allow teams to begin skating again in small groups by the end of this month while others are pessimistic regarding that manner.
Holtby Vs. Halak To Start; 2019 USA Hockey Hall Of Fame Ceremonial Puck Drop Tonight- News From Capitals’ Morning Skate
The Washington Capitals held a morning skate at Medstar Capitals Iceplex ahead of tonight’s tilt with the Boston Bruins (7:00 P.M. on NBCSN). Here is the latest from Wednesday’s practice.
Photo: Getty Images Over their 45-year history, the Capitals have seen a number of notable defensemen don their sweater, with names such as Rod Langway, Al Iafrate, Calle Johansson, Sergei Gonchar, Mike Green, and John Carlson among the many who … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals The Washington Capitals donated a Stanley Cup Ring to the 2018 Hockey Hall of Fame and got a tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame Resource Center after practicing at Mastercard Center in Toronto on Wednesday afternoon. Captain … Continue reading
Hockey Hall of Fame Vice President and Curator, Phil Pritchard and defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals Head Coach Todd Reirden will add a 2018 Stanley Cup ring to a special display at the Hockey Hall of Fame.