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Washington Capitals Monthly Prospect Report – November, 2019

Welcome to the second installment of NoVa Caps’ Washington Capitals monthly prospects reports for the 2019-2020 season. The report summarizes activities for each of the Capitals’ prospects for the month of November 2019, and provides an overall “Trending” rating for each … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Prospect Report – October 2019

Welcome to the first installment of NoVa Caps’ Washington Capitals monthly prospects reports for the 2019-2020 season. The report summarizes activities for each Capitals’ prospect during the month of October, 2019, and provides an overall “Trending” rating for each player. We … Continue reading

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William Nylander and Nicklas Backstrom: The Latest Addition To The “Bromance”

I’m not even gonna try to hide it. I can’t get enough of these two, on the ice, as well as off the ice. This is probably most evident by the #NylanderToWashington hashtag I’ve been half-jokingly championing on twitter for … Continue reading

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Capitals Forward Prospect Kristian Roykas Marthinsen Set For Rookie Camp: “It’s A Whole Other Kind of Hockey Over There”

Photo: Saskatoon Blades HC Dalen’s new forward, and seventh round pick by the Washington Capitals in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Kristian Röykås Marthinsen will be departing Jönköping, Sweden this Wednesday to participate in the Capitals annual rookie camp. Hockeyasverige.se … Continue reading

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For Capitals Prospect Sebastian Walfridsson, A Change Of Scenery And A New Start

Photo: Idrottsfoto Since being selected by the Washington Capitals in the 5th round of the draft in 2017, the career path hasn’t gone the way defensemen Sebastian Walfridsson was hoping for. After two seasons with little playing time for Modo … Continue reading

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Martin Fehervary – Player Perspective From An HV71 Season Ticket Holder

Last week a big part of the Capitals fanbase got a closer look at defenseman Martin Fehervary, and the big steps he has taken during the last season. With his swift skating and posture on the ice, he looked like … Continue reading

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Capitals’ Prospect Axel Jonnson-Fjallby Producing In SHL Playoffs

Photo: SHL.com Washington Capitals forward prospect Axel Jonsson-Fjällby has been uneven this season, rounding up dry spells along with hot streaks. Tuesday night was one of the latter, helping his team Djurgården tie the SHL Final series to one apiece. … Continue reading

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Axel Jonsson-Fjällby Continues To Heat-Up in SHL Post Season

Photo: @Capitals Last year Axel Jonsson-Fjällby had a great showing in the Swedish Hockey League (SHL) playoffs, making a real breakthrough. After a rough regular season this year, it felt like the Swedish winger took one step back. But sometimes … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Prospect Report – March, 2019

Welcome to the sixth and final installment of NoVa Caps’ monthly prospect reports for the 2018-2019 Washington Capitals. The report summarizes activities for each of the Capitals’ prospects for the month of March, 2019, and provides an overall monthly “Trending” rating for … Continue reading

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Capitals Prospect Martin Fehervary Steps Up In Swedish Hockey League Playoffs

Martin Fehervary and his HV71 lost the fifth quarterfinal game against Färjestad in the third (!) overtime period, making it the second longest playoff game in Swedish Hockey League (SHL) history. It lasted for 117 minutes, and the Caps prospect … Continue reading

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