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It was not a typical three-in-three week for the Hershey Bears, but with points in two of three games this week and a bit of help, the Bears find themselves inching closer to a playoff berth in the hotly contested … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals have re-assigned defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler from the Zurich Lions of the National League A (Swiss) to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL), senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today.
On any given night this season, the Hershey Bears have been without more than one key player. Some missed multiple games due to injury (Barber, Walker, Bowey, and Gazley to name a few). Others, most recently Jakub Vrana and Paul … Continue reading
Photo: Al Larson So who stood out, good and bad? The NoVa Caps team closely dissected each of the three games so that we could provide you a prospect breakdown, game by game, for all three games of the rookie tournament.
Photo: Chocolate Chirps The Capitals second-round draft pick from the 2015 NHL draft has decided to head home.
The Washington Capitals have announced via their website that they have signed Adam Carlson, a freshman goalie from Mercyhurst College in Erie, PA.
Photo:EQ Images The rookie defenseman played in his first game Wednesday night for the Bears against in-state rival, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
Bruce Bennett/Getty Images North America Per the Hershey Bears website, President and General Manager Doug Yingst announced the addition of two Capitals prospects to the Bears roster.
(Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) The Capitals made some beneficial moves this summer that should help the team contend for the Stanley Cup. While they did lose longtime defenseman Mike Green, right-wing Joel Ward, center Eric Fehr, and traded right-wing Troy … Continue reading
Without too much extrapolation, the following are my general notes and observations from the scrimmage. Just one man’s observations from spending the week at camp and watching the prospects scrimmage. For what it’s worth, the lines for the scrimmage were … Continue reading