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Washington Capitals Clicks Matt Niskanen Eric Fehr

Happy Sunday everyone. Here’s today’s news and links about the Washington Capitals!

Washington Capitals

  • Who is the third star of the Washington Capitals? None other than “Uno Seis” AKA “F-16″ AKA Eric Fehr!  (The Hockey Writers)
  • The Capitals’ strengthening of their relationship with the Hershey Bears is going well, according to owner Ted Leonsis. (Penn Live, Washington Post
    “‘I feel like I’ve overcome a lot… But to be honest I feel like I was just going into my freshman year at Western Michigan. The last three years have absolutely flying. Now that I’m here and it’s my fourth year at camp, it feel like it’s been flying by. It’s been a lot of fun. I played juniors, I played college, I played juniors before college. I’ve been all over the map, but I wouldn’t change the path I’m on and I think that’s helped me grow into the person I am today.’ -Garrett Haar
  • According to Leonsis, the Washington Capitals have the deepest defense that they’ve had since he’s been the owner. (PHT)
  • Leonsis discusses what Matt Niskanen and Brooks Orpik will bring to the Capitals’ blue line. (CSN Washington)
  • Development Camp blog updates (Copley, Bowey)
  • Niskanen expects to be a really good fit with the Capitals. (Washington Post)
  • Leftover notes from development camp (Washington Post)
  • Niskanen credits assistant coach Todd Reirden as a big reason as to why he signed with the Washington Capitals. (CSN Washington)
  • Barry Trotz lays groundwork at exceptional development camp (CSN Washington)
  • What will Trotz bring to the team? Niskanen says he’ll bring accountability. (CSN Washington)
  • Garrett Haar has undergone a long journey to get to where he is today. (Washington Post)
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