With the AHL regular season surpassing the halfway point, it’s time to talk about the playoffs. Last year’s playoffs ended disappointingly for the Hershey Bears, as they made swift work of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, but lost to the Providence Bruins the next series. A large part of their demise in that series was the […]
The NHL All-Star break is a time for many teams to look back on their season thus far, and to search for new ways to improve their game as the entire league begins its push toward a playoff spot (or a lottery pick). From October 5th, (the first game of the season) all the way […]
As the All-Star break approaches each season, it seems that fans argue over which players have earned the right to be in the conversation for various awards.
One of the things that the Washington Capitals’ organization does the best is develop goaltenders.
Lucas Johansen was drafted 28th overall by the Washington Capitals in this year’s draft, but he was cut from the Caps’ training camp roster and sent to Hershey. The Bears are over a third of the way into the season, which is enough time to start making solid observations about players.
A weekly look at the Washington Capitals | Week of Dec. 11
Washington is undefeated in the month of December so far, with wins against Columbus, San Jose, Chicago, and the New York Rangers. They will face the Islanders tonight trying to extend the streak to five consecutive wins.
A weekly look at the Washington Capitals | Week of Dec. 4
What is a team without its number one center?
For the last three seasons, it hasn’t been outside the realm of possibility to say that it was the Capitals’ year to win the Stanley Cup. After being brutalized by the salary cap, the 2017-18 team, unfortunately, is not what it used to be by any stretch of the imagination.