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Scott Allen Meets And Exceeds Challenges Associated With Taking Over Capitals Penalty Kill

It’s always tough taking over a job where the previous person in that position did quality work and was fairly successful. There isn’t a lot of room for improvement. But that’s exactly what Capitals assistant coach Scott Allen did with … Continue reading

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Who’s Next?: Candidates For The Washington Capitals Next Head Coaching Job

We need to start by first clearly stating that Peter Laviolette is still the head coach of the Washington Capitals, and there is at least a mathematical chance that he could sign a new deal with the team. However, all … Continue reading

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Capitals Weekly Trends: Goaltending Continues To Surge, Power Play Dipping, Again

Welcome to the second installment of our Washington Capitals weekly trends report. The new regular feature provides a brief snapshot of the most relevant statistical trends for Capitals over the past seven days.

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How Much Has Carl Hagelin’s Absence Hurt The Capitals’ Penalty Kill So Far?

If we rewind the clock back to the trade deadline during the 2018-19 regular season, the defending Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals were struggling mightily on the penalty kill. Before acquiring Carl Hagelin from the Los Angeles Kings for a … Continue reading

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The Capitals Special Teams Are Heading In Opposite Directions

The play of the special teams has always garnered significant attention from the Capitals faithful, but it’s almost always centered on the Capitals’ high-caliber power play. When the power play is hitting on all cylinders, things are right in Washington. … Continue reading

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Scott Allen Wants Capitals Penalty Kill To Be Agressive

Newly promoted Washington Capitals assistant coach Scott Allen held his first media availability with Capitals press on Tuesday. Allen will take over for the recently departed Scott Arniel, who left this off-season for a position with the Winnipeg Jets.

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Capitals Name Scott Allen Assistant Coach

The Washington Capitals announced Monday morning that they have named Hershey Bears head coach Scott Allen as a new assistant coach for the Capitals. Allen replaces Scott Arniel, who took a new position with the Winnipeg Jets on July 3.

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“Exciting Times For the Young Prospects of the Washington Capitals”: Hershey Bears Head Coach Scott Allen Evaluates Opportunities For the Capitals’ Prospects

Screen cap: @Capitals The Washington Capitals are in Day 2 of hosting their annual Development Camp for the organization’s drafted prospects and free agent invitees, where both the team’s brass and fans have the opportunity to catch a glimpse of … Continue reading

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“The Next Few Weeks Are Going to Be Big For Him”: Hershey Bears Head Coach Scott Allen Talks Connor McMichael, Organizational Success, and More

While the Washington Capitals had a relatively well-conducted offseason that included keeping franchise great Alex Ovechkin on a new contract and re-acquiring goaltender Vitek Vanecek from the Seattle Kraken, the loss of Spencer Carbery, the Head Coach of their American … Continue reading

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Scott Allen Named New Head Coach Of Hershey Bears

Photo: Norm Hall/NHLI via Getty Images The Hershey Bears announced on Thursday that Scott Allen has been named the 27th head coach in franchise history. Additionally, the club announced that Steve Bergin has been hired as an assistant coach.

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