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Michael Latta (Tom Turk/The Hockey Writers)

Washington Capitals: Michael Latta Eyes Return to NHL

He got the opportunity to step in and play on the same team as Washington Capitals Captain Alex Ovechkin in his first NHL game, but playing with top players for […]

Hershey Bears Defenseman Chay Genoway moments after scoring. (Annie Erling Gofus/The Hockey Writers)

Analyzing the Hershey Bears Special Teams

The best defense can sometimes be a good offense. The Hershey Bears’ (17-14-3-3) offensive attack has been nothing short of excellent this season, averaging 3.14 goals per game, sixth in […]

Alexandre Giroux hoists the Calder Cup (JustSports Photography)

Alexandre Giroux: Catching Up With the Former Hershey Bears Great

When you look at the rafters from the press box in Giant Center on a game night, you see the two most recent banners on the right, Hershey’s 2008-09 and […]

Mark French (Medveščak Zagreb)

Q and A With Former Hershey Bears Coach Mark French

After a five game hard fought series against the Providence Bruins in the opening round of last season’s Calder Cup playoffs, the Washington Capitals decided to go in another direction. […]

Annie Erling Gofus/The Hockey Writers

The Hershey Bears and Roster Construction

The Hershey Bears have struggled in the early part of this season and continue to do so. After a strong come from behind win in Binghamton Friday night, there was […]

Garrett Mitchell (Annie Erling Gofus/The Hockey Writers)

Washington Capitals Prospect Garrett Mitchell: Hometown Kid

HERSHEY – Playing in their own hometown is an experience many athletes dream about, but most don’t get to live. Washington Capitals 22 year old forward prospect Garrett Mitchell accomplished […]

Graham Mink looks to score for the Hershey Bears against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.

Former Hershey Bear Graham Mink Hopes To Return To AHL

American Hockey League veteran Graham Mink wants to play in the AHL at least one more season. However, the former Hershey Bears forward is focused on his first year playing […]

by · September 24, 2013 · 0 comments · AHL, Hershey Bears, Washington Capitals
Hershey Bears Find Winners With New Coaches

Hershey Bears Find Winners With New Coaches

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. […]

by · September 16, 2013 · 0 comments · AHL, Hershey Bears
Cameron Schilling (M.Richter: Capitals Outsider)

Washington Capitals’ Cameron Schilling Gets NHL Chance

The Washington Capitals have had penalty of blue line troubles over the past few seasons, due to injuries to Mike Green among others, and the lack of healthy two way […]

by · March 12, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Washington Capitals
Tom Poti (Bridget Samuels/Flickr)

Washington Capitals’ Tom Poti Makes Comeback To NHL

As the NHL season gets underway, questions loom on the stability of the Washington Capitals’ blue line. They have solid top four defensemen core in Mike Green, Roman Hamrlik, Karl […]

by · January 18, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Washington Capitals
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Washington Capitals’ Braden Holtby Reflects On AHL Experience

With the NHL lockout ending, numerous AHL teams will lose key players to the NHL. The Washington Capitals will gain young goalie prospect Braden Holtby, a fourth round draft pick […]

by · January 7, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · AHL, Prospects, Washington Capitals
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Hershey Coach Mark French On Adam Oates Leaving Bears’ Bench

Following the Hershey Bears’ 4-0 shutout loss to the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins Wednesday night, the Washington Capitals announced that Adam Oates, along with coaches Calle Johansson, Tim Hunter and Brett Leonhardt will […]

by · November 24, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · AHL, Minor League Report, Washington Capitals