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Caps Today, 6/27/18

June 27, 2018
The Washington Capitals continue with their 2018 Development Camp today at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. All on-ice sessions are free and open to the public.

Shane Gersich attended last summer’s development camp and appeared in three games with the Capitals in 2017-18. Gersich made his NHL debut on March 28 versus the New York Rangers and recorded an assist in his third career game on April 7 against New Jersey. In addition, Gersich appeared in two postseason games. Eight players who attended the 2017 development camp played for Washington’s AHL affiliate, the Hershey Bears, during the 2017-18 regular season (Kristofers Bindulis, Hampus Gustafsson, Connor Hobbs, Lucas Johansen, Tim McGauley, Mason Mitchell, Jonas Siegenthaler, Colby Williams). Two players (Adam Carlson, Stephen Collins) played for Washington’s ECHL affiliate, the South Carolina Stingrays, in 2017-18.

The complete 2018 Capitals Development Camp Guide can be found here.

Media Advisory

Washington Capitals Development Camp participants will host a free on ice clinic for 100 local squirt youth hockey players at Kettler Capitals Iceplex today at 5 p.m. 

Must Read/See/Hear Material

Washington Post: Now bigger, next year quicker: Caps prospect Lucas Johansen tries to strike a balance / As development camp starts, Capitals still don’t have a head coach / D.C. Sports Bog: NBCSW videographer Michael DiVenere loved the Caps, metal and adult league hockey

NBC Sports Washington: 8 players to watch as Caps open development camp

NHL.com: Mailbag: Kovalchuk impact with Kings, best Draft, Capitals backup goalie

AP: NHL free agency: Center market deep from Tavares and beyond

SVG News: NBC Sports Washington Produces First Championship Parade In Network History Following Capitals’ Stanley Cup Victory

TSN: BarDown: Ovi uses Jagr to explain how ridiculously hard it would be to catch Gretzky in goals

Vancouver Sun: Prince George’s Brett Connolly finds ‘right fit’ with Stanley Cup champions

WDIO: Hometown Hockey Hero: Nisky Makes an Appearance

TV/Audio Clips:

Japer’s Rink: JRR Episode 100: John Carlson and the Draft

Nova Caps: Top 10 Plays from the Capitals Stanley Cup Run (VIDEO)


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