Washington Capitals News: ALL CAPS ALL HER programming, Madison Bowey gets KHL opportunity, maybe they shouldn’t trade

Madison Bowey, Washington Capitals (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
Madison Bowey, Washington Capitals (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) /
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The Washington Capitals announced more programming for their female fanbase, former Capital Madison Bowey gets a KHL opportunity, and maybe the real trade rumors this summer was the friends we made along the way. It’s time to catch up on the latest Caps news.

Capitals Announce 2023-24 ALL CAPS ALL HER Programming

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The Caps announced some programming for the ALL CAPS ALL HER platform exclusively to female fans this season. A program that launched in December 2021, it has helped girls and women across the DMV learn the wonderful game of hockey.

Last season more than 500 women and girls participated in the programming. It also accepted for 13 percent of overall USA Hockey participation for women girls last season. Learn more about what they’re offering in the article.

Former Capitals defenseman Madison Bowey close to signing one-year deal with KHL’s Dinamo Minsk

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For the first time in his hockey career, former Caps defenseman Madison Bowey is going overseas. At least that’s what it’s looking like.

Per Metaratings.ru, Bowey is close to signing a one year deal with the KHL’s Dinamo Minsk. He’s already 28 years old and has played his first eight seasons of his pro hockey career in North America.

He became an unrestricted free agent in 2022 and signed a one year, two way deal with the Montreal Canadiens but spent the season in the AHL with the Laval Rocket. He had eight goals and 20 assists for 28 points in 53 games.

What The Capitals Need Most Going Into Camp Isn’t A Trade. It’s Trust

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Summer is almost over and the Caps have been quiet. Since we’re almost entering training camp anyway does it even make sense to make a trade at this point?

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Our friend Silber writes that the Caps need to put trust in each other. A trade for a minimal return makes no sense. The team is hungry enough from missing the playoffs.