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Photo: Sporting News The IIHF announced on Saturday that they have canceled the 2020 World Championships in May due to the coronavirus. They were supposed to take place in Zurich and Laussane.
Capitals’ 2019 First-round Pick Connor McMichael Helps Rally Team Canada To Gold Medal In 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship
Already having a banner season with the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, the Washington Capitals’ 2019 first-round pick Connor McMichael added to his impressive 2019-20 campaign with a goal that helped Team Canada capture the Gold Medal in the … Continue reading
Photo: Washington Capitals Washington Capitals prospect, Martin Hugo Has, scored a goal and picked up two assists in the Czech team’s second game of the 2020 World Junior Tournament in the Czech Republic. They fell 4-3 to Team Germany.
Photos: KHL “The Russians are Coming, The Russians are coming!” was a cry from an old movie during the Cold War era. Today in a hockey context, the saying could be used to describe the bevy of Russian goaltenders that … Continue reading
“He’ll get through it…We have his back”: Tom Wilson and Brett Connolly Show Support For Evgeny Kuznetsov After IIHF Suspension
The announcement from the International Ice Hockey Federation that Capitals’ center Evgeny Kuznetsov had been suspended four years from international play lit a firestorm around the hockey world, with fans, analysts, and players reacting to the news, which Kuznetsov and … Continue reading
The announcement from the International Ice Hockey Federation that Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov was suspended for four years from participating in international play after testing positive for a banned substance was a big one that rippled through the hockey world. … Continue reading
Caps Leading the Way: Capitals’ Dmitry Orlov and Martin Fehervary Lead World Championships as The Hardest Shot and Fastest Rookie
Photo: Matt Zambonim/HHOF-IIHF Many of the Capitals at the International Ice Hockey Federation’s World Championships in Slovakia have certainly been having an impact, with Alex Ovechkin, Dmitry Orlov, and Evgeny Kuznetsov having success with Team Russia and prospect Martin Fehervary … 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
On Sunday morning, the Hockey News revealed the jerseys for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, which will take place in Pyeongchang, South Korea. 13 countries will participate in the event: the United States, Canada, Slovenia, Slovakia, Switzerland, South Korea, Japan, … Continue reading
Washington Capitals’ star winger Alex Ovechkin said in a statement released Thursday night that he is disappointed in the decisions reached by the IOC, IIHF and NHL regarding the NHL’s ruling not to send players to the 2018 Winter Olympics … Continue reading