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Topic - Connor Carrick
Capitals assistant coach Calle Johansson says a mix of blame needs to fall on the coaches and players for the team's poor defensive play.
Rookie defenseman Connor Carrick is the latest Caps defenseman with limited NHL experience to play down the stretch.
If the Caps hope to get into the playoffs they'll need to do with without Mike Green.
Some of John Carlson's teammates on the Washington Capitals have a message for him as he prepares with his U.S. Olympic teammates for Friday's semifinal matchup with Canada. Play well, pal. Have a good game. But lose.
Rookie defenseman Connor Carrick recorded the first two-point game of his career against one of the NHL's best puck possession teams.
The Capitals are trying to work three young defensemen into the lineup at the same time. Their struggles have been predictable.
With Alex Ovechkin in the lineup on Tuesday night, Washington's offense was shut out in a 2-0 loss to Ottawa. Analysis here.
Rookie defenseman Connor Carrick is hoping to make the most of his recent callup by the Washington Capitals.
Rookie Philipp Grubauer will be in goal tonight when the Caps visit the Tampa Bay Lightning. Coverage begins with Capitals Central at 7 p.m.
After the Devils re-claimed Alex Urbom, the Capitals replaced him with rookie Connor Carrick.
In the interview room at Consol Energy Center on Day 2 of the NHL draft last month, Thomas Di Pauli and Austin Wuthrich shared a hug and brief congratulations. Taken seven picks apart, it was fitting that the teammates with the U.S. National Team Development Program got to see each other in matching Washington Capitals jerseys.
"I thought Calle did a really good job," said Carrick, a 20-year-old rookie who split time between Washington, Hershey and Team Canada in the World Junior Championships.
"It's definitely been a long year but to say that you've hit a wall, to admit that would be more hitting rock bottom than hitting a wall," Carrick said before the Capitals left for St. Louis Monday.