Despite losing their two top prospects in Andre Burakovsky and Evgeny Kuznetsov, the 2014-15 season was still a good one for Washington Capitals prospects. Madison Bowey made waves with another dominant WHL campaign as well as a key role in Team Canada’s gold medal win at the World Junior Championships, while Brian Pinho recently helped Providence College capture its first NCAA championship. Read more»
Hershey Bears defenseman Connor Carrick has had an eventful season so far in the 2013-14 campaign. He started the season as a 19-year-old NHL rookie, suiting up for the Washington Capitals for three early-season contests. He was then sent to the Bears for more seasoning, where he has appeared in 13 games so far this season.
After just one pick in the first two rounds of the previous two drafts, the 2012 NHL Draft was a chance for the Washington Capitals to restock their prospect cupboards. The Capitals entered the draft with a total of 11 picks, and ended up keeping 10 of them. Though General Manager George McPhee dealt the club's second round selection to the Dallas Stars, packaging it with Cody Eakin, the return – Mike Ribeiro – was a significant one.