Tag Archives: Paul Carey
A Look Around the Atlantic Division: Stock Up, Stock Down, Stock Unchanged
Which Atlantic Division teams will be improved and which teams will be worse in 2018-19? Continue reading
Capitals Start Season-Long Five-Game Homestand
Photo: NHL The Washington Capitals will play a season-long five game homestand during the course of the next week. They have one of these every year but this year it’s in early December instead of late November. During the past … Continue reading
5 Burning Questions for the Bears
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 Bears Scenes from the Season: Cellys
Is the summer heat getting to you and you’re longing for the chill of a hockey arena? Me too – that’s why I’m recapping some of my favorite shots from 2016-17 in a three-part series I’m entitling “Hershey Bears Scenes … Continue reading
Caps Free Agency Update – Who’s Coming? Who’s Going?
Photo: Washington Capitals Dear Free Agency – enough already! In a roller-coaster of highest of highs and lowest of lows, this year’s Free Agency (including the Expansion Draft) just might be the best eight days or the worst eight days, … Continue reading
Paul Carey Takes His Talents to the Big Apple
HERSHEY, PA – Paul Carey’s impressive run with the Hershey Bears has come to an end as the high-scoring forward has signed a one-year deal with the New York Rangers.
Free Agency in 3…2…1…
Get ready for the insanity – free agency officially opens tomorrow, and while the Capitals and Bears have already made moves to shore up their restricted free agents, there are 11 others who are poised to test the waters of … Continue reading
Leaving for Las Vegas?
According to Cap Friendly’s expansion draft tool, there are 886 players available to next month’s Las Vegas draft. Each team will lose one player in the draft. While teams have two options for protecting players in the draft and there … Continue reading
This is NOT Another Hockey Eulogy, but Get the Tissues Ready for the Goodbyes
Charles Dickens wrote, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was … Continue reading
Heartbreak in Hershey
HERSHEY, Pa. — After showing their resilience several times this season, the Hershey Bears were unable to tap into that magic one last time this season, bowing out of the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs to the #4 seeded Providence Bruins, … Continue reading