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Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Andre Burakovsky
Capitals coach Barry Trotz says he will try Evgeny Kuznetsov, Andre Burakovsky and Marcus Johansson at center during training camp.
The Capitals' top prospects battled to a 4-4 tie in front of an energetic crowd Thursday afternoon at Kettler Capitals Iceplex.
The question facing Burakovsky now is whether he will return to Erie for a second season or make the Caps' roster as the high-scoring left wing they have been lacking since Alex Ovechkin moved from the left side to the right.
The Capitals have announced which of their homegrown prospects will take part in next week's summer development camp from the Kettler Capitals Iceplex.
The Capitals have not taken a defenseman with their first draft pick since selecting Karl Alzner fifth overall in 2007.
As Caps fight for playoff position, at least one prospect is enjoying postseason success
Three Americans and two Swedes are among the Caps prospects bidding for spots in the World Junior Championships.
"I look forward to the main camp," Burakovsky said, "and I want to do whatever it takes to play some games in the NHL."
The biggest difference, Burakovsky said, was dealing with the physicality of the North American game.