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Topic - Nathan Walker
The Washington Capitals signed forward Nathan Walker to an entry-level contract on Friday, a three-year deal for the Australia native.
Capitals prospect Nathan Walker has gained a lot of attention this week. He's even been asked if he has a pet kangaroo.
CSN's Brian Mitchell sits down with young Capitals Andre Burakovsky and Nathan Walker as Capitals Development Camp opens.
An undrafted free agent, Walker probably has more work to do than most, but Caps coach Adam Oates has taken notice of the 19-year-old from Sydney.
"It was pretty crazy," he said. "A different language, a different culture. My mum came for the first two weeks and after that she got on a train and said goodbye. It was a little tough in the beginning, but every time I got homesick I'd call my parents and they'd tell me to stay because if I came home I'd have regrets."
"I like to work hard," he said.