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- The 2020-21 Playoff Teams – In Progress Observations
- Milestone Moments: Washington Capitals Career Milestones Reached in 2020-21
- Axel Jonsson-Fjallby: “Last Season Was My Best So Far”
- Anthony Mantha: “I’m A Little Disappointed In Myself, The Way I Played”
- Blue Jackets Promote Brad Larsen To Head Coach
- Hurricanes’ Dougie Hamilton On Five-Game Second Round Loss To Lightning: “We Lost To A Team $18 Million Over The Cap”
- Alex Ovechkin Hockey Academy To Be Built In Moscow
- Rangers’ Adam Fox, Avalanche’s Cale Makar, Lightning’s Victor Hedman Named Norris Trophy Finalists
- Dmitry Orlov’s Performance in 2021: Trending Upward
- Trade Talk: Who Could The Capitals Move In The Off-Season?
Tag Archives: Western Hockey League
Photo: OHL The Ontario Hockey League (OHL) has established February 4 as the new start date for the 2020-21 season. Training camps will start on January 23rd. The season will be shortened to 40 games.
Connor Bedard, a 14-year-old North Vancouver native, was granted “Exceptional Status” Tuesday after a review by BC Hockey and Hockey Canada, allowing him to play in the WHL next season. Bedard becomes the first player to gain exceptional status for … Continue reading
Welcome to the week 26 Washington Capitals Prospect Report. The following includes a summary of news for Capitals prospects that occurred between March 9th and March 15th, 2020. (Reminder: you can always access all of our prospect news and analysis in … Continue reading
The whole concept of this piece will focus on NHLe. If you’re unfamiliar with NHLe (NHL Equivalency)… it’s a way of extrapolating a player’s production (points per game) from one league to expected production (points per game) in the NHL.
Photo: Everett Silvertips A majority of the Capitals prospects have hung-up their skates for the 2017-2018 season, but one prospect continues to scorch the twine in Western Hockey League (WHL) postseason play.
The Washington Capitals signed forward Garrett Pilon to a three-year, entry-level contract on March 30th, 2017, and it’s becoming pretty clear why the Capitals moved so quickly to sign their third-round draft pick (87th overall) from 2016. Over the past … Continue reading