Happy Thursday everybody. Here’s today’s news about the Washington Capitals and from around the NHL!
- John Carlson‘s foster dogs are up for adoption. Their names are Amy and Jo.
- The Washington Capitals must avoid trading Mike Green within the division. (Bleacher Report)
- The Capitals should be looking to upgrade five roster spots. (Bleacher Report)
- The strengths and weaknesses of each of the Capitals’ prospects (Bleacher Report)
- Brooks Laich‘s agent says that Laich is not a buyout candidate. (CSN Washington)
- Should the Capitals trade up for the first overall pick? (CSN Washington)
- The Capitals are making progress in their efforts to re-sign center Mikhail Grabovski. (Washington Post)
- The Capitals have to make improvements to their blue line, and here are several suggestions. (BrooksLaichYear)
- Caps scouts have told prospect Andre Burakovsky that he is close to breaking with the Washington Capitals. (RMNB)
- The Hershey Bears have announced eight guaranteed home dates for next season. (Hershey Bears)
- Former Washington Capitals coach Dale Hunter was denied a job as world juniors coach. (St. Thomas Times-Journal)
- Former Capital Scott Walker has been named an assistant coach for Canada at the world juniors. (GuelphMercury)
- Hershey Bears forward Peter LeBlanc has signed with Rögle in Sweden. (HD)
Around the NHL
- Mock Draft, picks 11-20 (Houndsports)’
- Jason Spezza has requested a trade. Here are some teams that could be interested in him. (Yahoo Sports)
Washington Capitals Birthdays
- Happy 39th Birthday to former Capitals goalie Frederic Cassivi.