Week 2 of 3ICE was in Hershey, PA this past week, as four teams hit the ice for the first time this season. Team Murphy, Team Bourque, Team Mullen, and Team LeClair were all attempting to win their semi-final game to send themselves to the week two finals.
It’s been just 15 days since the Hershey Bears won the 2023 Calder Cup, their record 12th time in franchise history. While the celebrations continue, the Bears roster has already undergone significant change.
When the Big Ten hockey conference became an idea, no one expected it to be as competitive and skilled as it is now. In the last two years, the conference has produced incredible NHL talent such as the likes of Matty Beniers, Owen Power and Luke Hughes.
In order to set the context for how the Washington Capitals have progressed through their intended retool-on-the-fly strategy for this off-season, we’re going to take our annual look at how the current Capitals’ roster stacks up to opponents in the Metropolitan Division so far this off-season.
The Washington Capitals put up the dates for rookie camp and training camp on their website on Thursday. Rookie camp, which usually consists of a three-game round robin against prospects of other teams within range of Washington, will be held from Saturday, September 16 to Tuesday, September 19.
The Washington Capitals announced that they have signed defenseman Chase Priskie to a one-year, two-way contract ($775,000/$350,000). Senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced the signing on Wednesday.
Chase Priskie, a former draft pick of the Washington Capitals, has agreed to a two-way contract with the organization, the team announced Wednesday. The contract term for Priskie, a 27-year-old defenseman, is one year.
Week 2 of the 3ICE season is here. Four teams will be hitting the ice for the first time. Team Murphy, Team Bourque, Team Mullen, and Team LeClair all look to start their season 2-0 as 3ICE brings their tour to Hershey, Pennsylvania.
The Washington Capitals have re-signed defenseman Martin Fehervary to a three-year contract extension worth $2.675 million per season. The 23-year-old left-shot defender from Bratislava, Slovakia is coming off his second full season as a Capital and played an increased role with the team as the year went on.
2023 has been quite the year for Ryan Leonard. Last week, he became the Washington Capitals’ first top 10 selection, with the No. 8 pick in the 2023 NHL Draft, since 2007 and now he is in a Capitals uniform training in development camp.
Washington Capitals prospect David Gucciardi is all about preparation. Preparing for games, practices, whatever the case may be, the 2022 seventh-round selection is prepared mentally and physically. “Anytime you get to be here in Washington, you’re really lucky.
The Washington Capitals signed Matthew Phillips to a one-year, one-way deal worth $775,000. The former Calgary Flame has yet to break through at the NHL level, but his stats and overall abilities in the American Hockey League (AHL) have shown he’s one step away from cracking an NHL roster and staying there.
The Washington Wizards took on lots of salary this week. They also took on a deep-pocketed partner. Qatar continues its commitment to high-level sports by purchasing a stake in Monumental Sports & Entertainment.