Tag Archives: Jon Sorensen

Movie Review: “The Russian Five”

“The Russian Five” tells the fascinating tale of the rebuilding of the once-great Detroit Red Wings hockey club during the late 80’s and early 90’s, which included utilizing draft picks to select Russian players.  Drafting them was one thing. Getting … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Top-20 Prospects: 2019 Pre-Season Rankings

The top 20 Capitals prospect list has been updated to reflect the departure of players due to free agency (Riley Barber, Nathan Walker, Aaron Ness, Jayson, etc.), additional film review and analysis and performance at the 2019 Capitals Development Camp. … Continue reading

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Should The NHL Move To A “Luxury Tax” Salary Management Model?

July can be a really trying and emotional month for Hockey fans. NHL and AHL Contracts officially expire, rendering many fan-favorite players “free agents” of one form another, with some of those players ultimately leaving town for a new team. … Continue reading

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Staying Healthy Will Be Top Priority For Alexander Alexeyev: An Examination Of His Injuries Over The Past Three Seasons

The rigors of an NHL schedule may be one of the most physically demanding tests in all of sports. The wear-and-tear of a hockey season can only be likened to that of an NFL campaign, but with five times as … Continue reading

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Report: Capitals Prospect Damien Riat Set To Participate in the Capitals’ Camps this Summer

The media outlet Swiss Hockey News reported on Tuesday that Washington Capitals prospect Damien Riat will be attending the Capitals upcoming development camp scheduled to commence this coming Monday. The story also stated that Riat, a 6’-0” right-handed winger, is scheduled to … Continue reading

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Coming Home! – The First Night Home With The Stanley Cup In The DMV Was Historic

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik After a wild night in Vegas, which began by officially apprehending the Stanley Cup from the defending Champion Pittsburgh Penguins with a 4-3 win over the Vegas Golden Knights, and followed with a full night of epic celebrating … Continue reading

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Blues Best Bruins 2-1 To Take 3-2 Series Lead; Game 6 Set For Sunday In St. Louis

Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images The St. Louis Blues beat the Boston Bruins 2-1 Thursday night at TD Garden in Boston. The win gives the Blues a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series, leaving them just one win away from … Continue reading

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Blues Beat Bruins 4-2 To Tie Series 2-2; Series Now Shifts to Boston For Game 5

Photo: NHL via Getty Images The St. Louis Blues beat the Boston Bruins 4-2 Monday night at Enterprise Center in St. Louis. The Blues victory was the first ever Stanley Cup Final victory on home ice and ties the series … Continue reading

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Blues Beat Bruins 3-2 (OT), Even Series 1-1; Series Now Shifts To St. Louis

Photo: Michael Dwyer/AP The St. Louis Blues beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 in overtime Wednesday night at TD Garden in Boston. The win ties the series 1-1. Game 3 will take place Saturday in St. Louis. Puck drop is set … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Prospect Review and Forecast: Alexander Alexeyev

We continue our prospect review and forecast series with a review and forecast for defenseman Alexander Alexeyev. (You can access all of our Capitals Prospect Reports and player analysis on our “Prospects” page on the top menu or right here.)

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