Tim McGauley

Hometown:

Nelson British Columbia

Currently Playing In:

CHL

Birthday:

1995-07-23

Position:

C

Eligible for draft:

2013

Shoots:

Left

Drafted:

Height:

6-0

Acquired:

Signed as free agent, 2015

Weight:

175 lbs.

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McGauley attended training camp with Washington as an undrafted free agent and was signed to a three-year entry-level contract in October 2015. He is skating for the WHL's Brandon Wheat Kings as a 20-year-old in 2015-16.

Washington Capitals prospects in junior overdue for a restock

by Tony Piscotta
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Photo: Colby Williams has been named captain of the Regina Pats during his overage major junior season. (Courtesy of Derek Leung/Getty Images)

Photo: Previously an alternate, Colby Williams is serving as captain of the Regina Pats during his overage major junior season. (Courtesy of Derek Leung/Getty Images)

 

 

The Washington Capitals have a talented lineup at the NHL level, with their sights set on a Stanley Cup run. To supplement that lineup, the Capitals have signed several AHL veterans who are in their late 20’s and early 30’s—both to have experienced players on hand should the need arise, and to allow affiliate Hershey to compete for a Calder Cup. Read more»

2015-16 WHL Preview: Brandon, Red Deer could be the cream of the Eastern crop

by Chris Roberts
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Jake DeBrusk - Swift Current Broncos; John Quenneville - Brandon Wheat Kings - WHL East Division

Photo: Two players important to their WHL East Division teams in 2015-16 are Swift Current Broncos forward and Boston Bruins prospect Jake DeBrusk, and Brandon Wheat Kings forward and New Jersey Devils prospect John Quenneville (courtesy of Marissa Baecker/Getty Images)

 

 

The WHL’s Eastern Conference was the – slightly – more competitive conference last season, and that should ring true again in 2015-16.

Last season in the East it took 73 points to make the playoffs, while in the West three teams qualified with less than 73 points. The East also featured the league-leading Brandon Wheat Kings, who finished the season with 114 points, two more than the Kelowna Rockets. The Wheat Kings may have lost a couple of pivotal 20-year-olds from last year’s team, as well as Ryan Pilon (NYI), who has taken an indefinite leave from hockey, but the team still boasts depth better than any organization, with a wealth of young, up-and-coming stars. The Wheat Kings, in fact, have landed atop the CHL 2015-16 preseason rankings. Read more»

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