Tag Archives: NHL Entry Draft
Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images In this post we will take a look at some of the more memorable drafts in which the Washington Capitals participated. This includes drafts that are remembered, due to events leading up to the draft, including … Continue reading
NHL It is always a momentous occasion when a player gets drafted into the NHL, an event marked every year with coverage of the NHL Entry Draft, which includes the expected anticipation of which player will be drafted first overall. … Continue reading
Family Ties: The Second Time Around – Washington Capitals and Carolina Hurricanes And the Drafting of Extended Family
Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Over the years, there have been many a time when an NHL team drafts a player with the hopes that they can be a building block for the franchise, only to be disappointed by said prospect’s development, … Continue reading
Raging Possibilities: Which Team Getting the Number One Pick in the 2020 Draft Would Be The Most “Outrageous”?
Rimouski Oceanic Unlike previous seasons’ NHL Entry Draft lotteries, the winner of the lottery for the 2020 NHL Entry Draft has yet to be decided and is by these standards a mystery. The “mystery team” in question will be the … Continue reading
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Photo: Canucks Forum The Washington Capitals selected defenseman Martin Has with their fifth-round pick (153rd overall) in the 2019 NHL Draft. The 18-year old spent the past two seasons with Tappara U20 of the Jr. A SM-liiga in Finland.
Photo: CHL The Washington Capitals took center Aliaksei Protas with their third-round selection at the 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver on Saturday. Protas, 18, spent the 2018-19 season with the CHL’s Prince Albert Raiders, his first with the team.
Photo: CHL The Washington Capitals selected forward Brett Leason with the 56th overall pick at the 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver on Saturday. Leason, 20, has played the past two seasons with the CHL’s Prince Albert Raiders.