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Photo: SI Due to a flat salary cap for the next three years, the Washington Capitals were one of many teams that were forced to make a number of roster changes over the past offseason. With 20 percent of the … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com According to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman, the Detroit Red Wings claimed defenseman Christian Djoos on waivers from the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday. In addition, the Nashville Predators placed defenseman Tyler Lewington on waivers.
In this post we will take a look at the development of the Washington Capitals prospect pool from a five-year perspective. The extended perspective is utilized to look at the Capitals long-term organizational status based on five-year projections for each of … Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic essentially stopped the hockey world cold during the first week of March. Since then, playing time for all of the Washington Capitals prospects has been scarce, with little guarantee of when league play will return to play.
It’s a busy time for Washington Capitals’ general manager Brian MacLellan. Part of MacLellan’s immediate “to-do” list is includes assessing and re-signing all of the Capitals’ current non-roster free agents. This years free agents include four forwards and five defensemen, … Continue reading
Twice each season we pull together all of our prospect game data, video analysis, advanced statistics and calculate a current ranking for each player in the Washington Capitals prospect pool. Each January we release our mid-season ranking and each offseason … Continue reading
Photos: @Capitals The Washington Capitals held their first practice inside the bubble in Toronto on Monday. The Capitals will practice again on Tuesday before they face the Carolina Hurricanes in their only exhibition game on Wednesday. Things get real for … Continue reading
Last week the 24 NHL teams entering the upcoming 2020 playoffs submitted to the league office their list of prospects they wish to be included in their training camp and playoff rosters. Teams are allowed to have 30 skaters and … Continue reading
Photo: Bridgeport Sound Tigers The Hershey Bears were unable to hold their annual Player Awards Night previously scheduled for April due to the shutdown associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, this week the Bears announced the club’s 2019-20 Player … Continue reading
Once perceived a robust component of the Capitals overall organizational depth, the defensive prospect pool has somewhat shallowed over the last 12-18 months, with regards near-term readiness and future potential. Other than Martin Fehervary, who will likely join the Capitals … Continue reading