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HERSHEY, PA – In case you missed it, the Hershey Bears and Capitals traded Hubert Labrie and John Albert to the Hartford Wolf Pack for Joe Whitney and Adam Chapie on Friday. Oddly enough, the two teams met for a … Continue reading
Capitals Acquire Joe Whitney and Adam Chapie from New York Rangers in Exchange for John Albert and Hubert Labrie
Photo: AHL The Capitals bolstered their forward depth today, acquiring forwards Joe Whitney and Adam Chapie from the New York Rangers in exchange for forward John Albert and defenseman Hubert Labrie.
Photo Courtesy: Jussports The Hershey Bears crushed the Charlotte Checkers 5-1 in Charlotte’s first trip to the Giant Center since 2014. The Bears entered the game needing secondary scoring and they got all that and more. The two teams will … Continue reading
Photo: Milwaukee Admirals The Hershey Bears opened their three-game Midwest road trip Friday night with a 4-1 loss to the undefeated Milwaukee Admirals. The Bears (0-3-0-1) have yet to win a game in four tries this season. Hershey will get … Continue reading
ALLENTOWN, PA — The Hershey Bears traveled to in-state rival Lehigh Valley to open their 80th season of hockey, and came away on the wrong side of a 7-2 game.
HERSHEY, PA – The Washington Capitals started training camp last week, and this week it was time for the Hershey Bears to begin the franchise’s historic 80th season. A few players from the Caps’ camp arrived in Chocolatetown ready to … Continue reading
HERSHEY, PA – With the historic 80th anniversary season of the Hershey Bears Hockey Club set to kick off tomorrow morning, there will be some familiar faces on the ice for practice while some are still in Washington.
After the Capitals’ 4-1 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in the team’s fourth preseason game last night, more roster cuts were expected to come sometime today. This morning, the Capitals announced their second round of roster cuts, trimming their roster … Continue reading
HERSHEY, PA – With all of the insanity swirling in Washington and Hershey during this off-season, many in the area are wondering how the Caps potential roster will impact Hershey in 2017-2018. Here are five big questions that are hopefully … Continue reading
HERSHEY, PA – Two seasons ago, the Hershey Bears had to scratch certain players due to veteran status. While the issue did not pose a problem last season for the Bears, it seems it will be one Troy Mann may … Continue reading