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As we continue to wrap-up our analysis of the Washington Capitals 2021-22 season, we next take a look at the performance of the Capitals forwards during the regular season and generate resultant grades for each of the forwards for their … Continue reading
Alex Nylander brought the Hershey Bears’ season to a crushing end when he roofed his shot over the glove of Pheonix Copley in overtime of the decisive game three, sending the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on to the next round of the … Continue reading
Washington Capitals Prospect Report – April, 2022: Aliaksei Protas, Brett Leason And Chase Clark Heat-Up
Welcome to the seventh installment of NoVa Caps’ Washington Capitals Monthly Prospects Report for the 2021-2022 season. This report summarizes activities for each of the Capitals’ prospects for the month of April, 2022.
The Washington Capitals announced Wednesday morning that Joe Snively has been re-assigned to the Hershey Bears for long-term conditioning. Snively was placed on injured reserve after undergoing wrist surgery at the beginning of March.
Joe Snively, Pheonix Copley Named Co-MVP’s, Aliaksei Protas Named Rookie Of The Year, Lucas Johansen Named Best Defenseman For Hershey Bears’ 2021-22 Season
The Hershey Bears announced their annual award winners prior to Sunday night’s regular season finale against the Syracuse Crunch. Several Washington Capitals prospects were honored for the 2-21-22 season.
The Washington Capitals have re-signed forward Joe Snively to a two-year, $1.6 million contract, senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today. The contract will carry an average annual value of $800,000.
With center Lars Eller out with COVID-19, Washington Capitals right-wing Daniel Sprong will draw in and center Connor McMichael will shift to center for Tuesday night’s game against the New York Islanders at Capital One Arena (7 PM ET, NBC … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals announced on Sunday afternoon that Carl Hagelin underwent successful surgery to his left eye, and will be out indefinitely.
The Washington Capitals announced prior to Thursday’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes (7 PM ET, ESPN+, Hulu) that left-wing Anthony Mantha, who underwent shoulder surgery on November 5, has been activated off of long-term injured reserve. It appears that the … Continue reading
Capitals’ Hagelin Out For “Extended Period Of Time” With Eye Injury, Snively Week-To-Week With Upper-Body Injury; Mantha Not Ruled Out For Thursday’s Game
Washington Capitals head coach Peter Laviolette did not rule out left-wing Anthony Mantha, who has missed 44 games after undergoing shoulder surgery for an injury suffered in the team’s 5-4 overtime loss to the Florida Panthers on November 4, out … Continue reading