Capitals Stats - Capitals News - Scores - Washington Times
Skip to content

Hockey

An outside shot of MedStar Capitals Iceplex in Arlington, Virginia. (Photo by Adam Zielonka / The Washington Times)

At development camp, Capitals teach prospects the NHL culture

- The Washington Times

At his sixth development camp, Shane Gersich is balancing being a leader for the new kids in town and continuing to improve his own game. For others, like 2019 first-round pick Connor McMichael, the week is about getting some in-person attention from NHL coaches.

Related Articles

Wild hire Bill Guerin as new general manager

- Associated Press

The Minnesota Wild have hired Bill Guerin, who won two Stanley Cups as a player and two more titles in the front office with the Pittsburgh Penguins, as their new general manager.

Hall of Famer Hefford to oversee new women's hockey union

- Associated Press

The Professional Women's Hockey Players' Association has selected Hockey Hall of Fame player Jayna Hefford to oversee its daily operations in a leadership shuffle three months after the union was founded.

This undated photo provided by the Cook County Jail via the Star Tribune shows Mark Pavelich, a former professional hockey player and forward for the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" Olympic team. Pavelich has been charged with felony assault for allegedly beating his neighbor with a metal pole, breaking several bones. Pavelich faces multiple counts. (Cook County Jail/Star Tribune via AP)

Former Rangers and 'Miracle on Ice' player charged in attack

Associated Press

Mark Pavelich, a forward on the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" U.S. Olympic hockey team who went on to play for the New York Rangers and two other NHL teams, has been charged with assault for allegedly beating a neighbor with a metal pole and breaking several of the man's bones.

NWHL reaches agreement to resume use of Beauts' trademarks

- Associated Press

The National Women's Hockey League has reached an "amicable agreement" to resume using the Buffalo Beauts' logos and trademarked materials in resolving its lawsuit with the team's former owners.

FILE - This Nov. 9, 2010, file photo, shows a statue dedicated to Sioux leader Sitting Bull seen in front of the Ralph Engelstad Arena at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, N.D. A major donor to the university, who had threatened to withhold donations over a dispute with the former president, has agreed to a 10-year contract extension with the school to operate the team's hockey arena. School and Ralph Engelstad Arena officials announced Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019, that the deal will run through September of 2030. (AP Photo/Dave Kolpack, File)

With feud over, University of North Dakota donors sign pact

Associated Press

A major donor to the University of North Dakota who had threatened to stop sending money in a dispute with the former president announced Tuesday that she will fund the school's hockey facilities and Ralph Engelstad Arena through September 2030.

FILE - In this June 21, 2018, file photo, the Gateway Arch is seen in St. Louis. A newly expanded museum underneath the Arch is set to be open on July 3 and is the final piece of a massive $380 million renovation of the grounds surrounding and entrance to the iconic monument. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) ** FILE **

MLS awards expansion franchise to St. Louis for 2022 debut

- Associated Press

The prospects of a Major League Soccer franchise ever calling St. Louis home appeared to have died two years ago when voters turned down the use of a business tax to finance a new downtown stadium.

Inaugural Aurora Games ready to kick off in Albany, NY

- Associated Press

When former UCLA gymnastics coach Valorie Kondos Field was asked to be part of the inaugural Aurora Games, she jumped at the chance. Celebrating the female athlete is right up her alley.

Swedish hockey players boycott training, tournament over pay

Associated Press

The top female hockey players in Sweden refused to attend training camp Thursday or play in an upcoming international tournament in Finland, the latest such move by a women's national team to get better compensation.