Last week marked an historic occasion in Australia’s proud sporting history, though it was marked with little fanfare or media attention. Nathan Walker a 19-year-old left winger from Sydney signed […]
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This summer, while Hershey fans were cranking up the A/C and dreaming of a cool October puck drop, the Bears were busy filling a roster void of key leadership roles. […]
The Hershey Bears regular season kicks off on October 5th at home, against the Adirondack Phantoms, the AHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers. Giant Center has proved to be a […]
Mark French is the former coach of the Hershey Bears who is taking over coaching duties for one of the two new KHL teams, the Medvescak Zagreb (Croatia) Bears, this […]
The Washington Capitals locked up left handed defenseman Karl Alzner earlier this week, giving them three lefties on their NHL roster through the 2014-2015 season. There are numerous talented defensive […]
The Washington Capitals locked one of their two remaining restricted free agents on Wednesday, re-signing defenseman Karl Alzner to a four year contract. The 24 year old reliable blue liner […]
The Hershey Bears once hopeful playoff run came to a crashing halt in their first round series against the Providence Bruins. Washington’s AHL affiliate grabbed a 2-0 lead on the […]
The Washington Capitals (24-18-2) eight game win streak was snapped on Thursday night, as they fell to the Ottawa Senators (23-14-6) on the road by a 3-1 score. Although led […]
The Washington Capitals have acquired forwards Martin Erat and Michael Latta from the Nashville Predators. It was announced late this afternoon by vice president and general manager George McPhee. Erat, […]
The Washington Capitals have made their mark by drafting goalies in recent years that quickly attain success at the pro level. They are currently led in net by 2008 fourth […]
ne hallmark of NHL games going back to the 1990s is how tough it is to come back in the third period. Some teams were virtually impossible to defeat if they entered the third period with a lead. In the A? Unless you’re up by enough goals to kick in a mercy rule in beer league, no lead is ever safe.
The Washington Capitals (10-14-1) fell to the Southeast Division leading Carolina Hurricanes (15-9-1) by a 4-0 score at Verizon Center on Tuesday night, begging the question, is the team giving […]