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Screen cap: Avandgard Omsk 2022 has been an extremely challenging year for Capitals’ first round draft pick Ivan Miroshnichenko. He was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma back in January, but cleared by doctors to return to skating and workouts after successfully … Continue reading
Once considered by many as one of the NHL’s weakest prospect pools, the Washington Capitals have made significant gains over the past three NHL Entry Drafts. The team has also made several recent key free-agent signings that have added much needed … Continue reading
Former Capitals Forward And Current Blackhawks Scout Andrei Nikolishin Assesses Capitals’ First Round Draft Pick Ivan Miroshnichenko
Center Andrei Nikolishin played 11 seasons in the NHL, from 1994 to 2004. He began his North American hockey career with the Hartford Whalers before moving to the Washington Capitals, where he played from 1996 to 2002. Nikolishin ended his … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals selected left wing Ivan Miroshnichenko with their first round pick (#20 overall) of the 2022 NHL Entry Draft, Thursday night in Montreal. Miroschnichenko, 18, played for Omskie Krylia in the VHL (Russia) last season.