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Haakon Hanelt: 2022 World Junior Championship Tournament Notebook

Photo: IIHF After missing three consecutive international tournaments due to injuries and a Covid outbreak, Washington Capitals forward prospect Haakon Hanelt finally got his shot at the rescheduled 2022 World Junior Championship. And at age 19 (he turns 20 on … Continue reading

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Oskar Magnusson And Haakon Hanelt Faceoff In Final Game Of Preliminary Round Of 2022 World Junior Championship, Magnusson Named Player Of The Game For Sweden

Photos: IIHF The two speedy wingers were working out together at the Washington Capitals development camp just three short weeks ago and ended the week-long camp as teammates for the prospect scrimmage. But on Monday night the Capitals’ prospects were on opposite … Continue reading

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Tournament Summary For Current And Former Washington Capitals Players Who Participated In The 2022 IIHF World Championship

Photo: Team Slovakia The IIHF World Championships were completed on Sunday after Team Finland beat Team Canada in the Gold Medal game. While there were no Washington Capitals players in the Gold Medal game, there were plenty of current and … Continue reading

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Capitals Prospect Haakon Hanelt Scores Goal, Two Assists In Under 20 Summer Challenge Tournament

Photo: German Ice Hockey Federation Twitter There may be no hockey action currently in North America, but young prospects in Europe are taking part in preseason tournaments in preparation for the IIHF World Junior Championships that will begin in late … Continue reading

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Martin Hugo Has Records Three Points In Czech Republic’s 4-3 Loss To Germany At World Juniors

Photo: Washington Capitals Washington Capitals prospect, Martin Hugo Has, scored a goal and picked up two assists in the Czech team’s second game of the 2020 World Junior Tournament in the Czech Republic. They fell 4-3 to Team Germany.

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