Happy Tuesday everybody! Here’s today’s news and links about the Washington Capitals and from around the NHL!
- Could Doug Shedden be an assistant coach candidate for the Washington Capitals? (CSN Washington)
From the article: “Shedden began his coaching career with the Wichita Thunder of the Central Hockey League in 1992. He won championships with the Thunder in his second and third seasons behind the bench before taking over the Lousiana IceGators of the East Coast Hockey League in 1995, leading them to the playoffs four straight seasons. In 1999 Shedden took over the Flint Generals of the United Hockey League and won a championship in his only season behind the bench. He won two more Central League championships in three seasons with the Memphis Riverkings and in 2003 he was promoted to head coach of the AHL St. John’s Maple Leafs.”
- Can Mike Green be a game changer for the Washington Capitals again? (Washington Post)
- What’s next for Tom Wilson? (Talk The Red)
Around the NHL
- Could Ryan Kesler, Joe Thornton, and Jason Spezza all be traded this off-season? (CSN Washington)
- The Los Angeles Kings beat the New York Rangers 3-0 to gain a 3-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals. (Puck Daddy, Sporting News, ESPN, CSN Washington)