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By Katie Carrera, The Washington Post | May 25, 2014
Reports Saturday night indicated that the Washington Capitals are close to landing Barry Trotz to be the 17th coach in franchise history. Trotz, 51, the most coveted coaching candidate available, was in Washington on Tuesday to meet with Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and team president Dick Patrick. According to CBC's Elliotte Friedman, Trotz has begun telling other teams he is no longer on the market. Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press was the first to report that Trotz, a Manitoba native, was nearing an agreement to join Washington.
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Sports Digest | June 28, 2014
With the No. 13 pick in the 2014 NHL draft Friday night, the Washington Capitals selected forward Jakub Vrana from the Czech Republic, the first selection made by rookie general manager Brian MacLellan . An 18-year-old wing, Vrana comes to the Capitals organization from Linkoping in the Swedish Hockey League, where he played 24 games last season and scored two goals. The hard-shooting left-hander was ranked the fourth-best skater in Europe for this draft class, according to NHL Central Scouting.
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By Katie Carrera, The Washington Post | May 22, 2014
Barry Trotz met with Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and president Dick Patrick in Washington on Tuesday about the team's vacant coaching job, another indication in the mutual interest between the organization and the veteran bench boss. Trotz, 51, is widely considered the top coach currently available and is being courted by three of the four teams with openings. Once the Vancouver Canucks name Jim Benning general manager, as is expected later this week, Trotz will likely be a candidate there as well.
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By Katie Carrera, The Washington Post | May 27, 2014
After a monthlong search, the Washington Capitals have decided who will be the next to lead them behind the bench and in the front office. Washington named Brian MacLellan general manager and Barry Trotz coach Monday, giving the organization familiarity and experience, respectively, as it aims to usher in a new era. MacLellan, 55, has been a fixture in Washington for the past 13 seasons, serving first as a pro scout, then director of player personnel...
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Sports Digest | June 28, 2014
With the No. 13 pick in the 2014 NHL draft Friday night, the Washington Capitals selected forward Jakub Vrana from the Czech Republic, the first selection made by rookie general manager Brian MacLellan . An 18-year-old wing, Vrana comes to the Capitals organization from Linkoping in the Swedish Hockey League, where he played 24 games last season and scored two goals. The hard-shooting left-hander was ranked the fourth-best skater in Europe for this draft class, according to NHL Central Scouting.
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By Katie Carrera, The Washington Post | May 27, 2014
After a monthlong search, the Washington Capitals have decided who will be the next to lead them behind the bench and in the front office. Washington named Brian MacLellan general manager and Barry Trotz coach Monday, giving the organization familiarity and experience, respectively, as it aims to usher in a new era. MacLellan, 55, has been a fixture in Washington for the past 13 seasons, serving first as a pro scout, then director of player personnel...
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By LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM | October 9, 1998
We're less than 15 months from the end of the millennium, and the National Hockey League still isn't the sport of the year, the decade, the century or even the moment.Despite glowing predictions, glowing hopes for a marketing bounce from the Winter Olympics and even glowing pucks, the NHL remains fourth among the major team spectator sports played in North America.Nothing that happened this summer is likely to change that anytime soon, but it doesn't mean the off-season was all bad. Along with a few other odds and ends, here's a look at some of what's happened off the ice since the Detroit Red Wings skated off with their second consecutive Stanley Cup five months ago:Cashing in: Despite its puny and declining Nielsen ratings, the NHL capitalized on the grudge match between Disney and Fox with a five-year, $600-million television-rights deal that will put games on ABC beginning next season.
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November 24, 1992
Skipjacks goaltender Byron Dafoe is doubtful for tomorrow night's game at Hershey because of a sprained left ankle.Dafoe was injured during Friday's home game against Utica and missed games at Utica and at New Haven the next two nights. Duane Derksen filled in at Utica (win) and at New Haven (tie).Dafoe also is questionable for Saturday's game against Cape Breton at the Baltimore Arena. "He could be ready then or he could be out two or three weeks," Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz said. "It's one of those ankle injuries that's day to day."
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By James H. Jackson | February 28, 1992
The Skipjacks, who will have two new faces on the ice tonight, likely will add another player today -- one you might have seen on television during the Winter Olympics.The Washington Capitals are expected to sign defenseman Brad Schlegel, who played for the Canadian silver-medal team in Albertville, France.Schlegel, 23, was the eighth draft choice of the Capitals in 1988. A 5-foot-10, 180-pound defenseman from Kitchener, Ontario, he played for Team Canada the past four years. He had two goals and three assists in the Olympics.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | February 4, 1993
A rash of injuries has struck the Skipjacks were it hurts the most. Three key players are out.Captain and right wing Mark Hunter has a fractured thumb and is expected to be out six to eight weeks. The last regular-season game is April 11.Center Mike Boback, who leads the Skipjacks in points, will miss at least this weekend's three games and maybe a lot more if he has to undergo knee surgery, a determination that will be made next week.Right wing Jeff Greenlaw, who has collected five goals and six assists since being sent down by the parent Washington Capitals Nov. 24, will miss four to six weeks with a torn thumb ligament suffered in last Sunday's loss at Rochester.
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By Katie Carrera, The Washington Post | May 25, 2014
Reports Saturday night indicated that the Washington Capitals are close to landing Barry Trotz to be the 17th coach in franchise history. Trotz, 51, the most coveted coaching candidate available, was in Washington on Tuesday to meet with Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and team president Dick Patrick. According to CBC's Elliotte Friedman, Trotz has begun telling other teams he is no longer on the market. Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press was the first to report that Trotz, a Manitoba native, was nearing an agreement to join Washington.
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By Katie Carrera, The Washington Post | May 22, 2014
Barry Trotz met with Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and president Dick Patrick in Washington on Tuesday about the team's vacant coaching job, another indication in the mutual interest between the organization and the veteran bench boss. Trotz, 51, is widely considered the top coach currently available and is being courted by three of the four teams with openings. Once the Vancouver Canucks name Jim Benning general manager, as is expected later this week, Trotz will likely be a candidate there as well.
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By LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM | October 9, 1998
We're less than 15 months from the end of the millennium, and the National Hockey League still isn't the sport of the year, the decade, the century or even the moment.Despite glowing predictions, glowing hopes for a marketing bounce from the Winter Olympics and even glowing pucks, the NHL remains fourth among the major team spectator sports played in North America.Nothing that happened this summer is likely to change that anytime soon, but it doesn't mean the off-season was all bad. Along with a few other odds and ends, here's a look at some of what's happened off the ice since the Detroit Red Wings skated off with their second consecutive Stanley Cup five months ago:Cashing in: Despite its puny and declining Nielsen ratings, the NHL capitalized on the grudge match between Disney and Fox with a five-year, $600-million television-rights deal that will put games on ABC beginning next season.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | January 22, 1996
In the final analysis of the Bandits' late afternoon scrum with the Portland Pirates yesterday at the Baltimore Arena, goaltenders came out as evenly as the final score, 2-2.Baltimore sent 35 shots at Portland goalie Ron Tugnutt. And the Pirates had Mike O'Neill under siege early and late with 35 shots."We're not a .500 team [18-21-5], and Mike's leading the league in wins [18]," said Baltimore coach Walt Kyle. "That tells you all you need to know about the guy."Pirates coach Barry Trotz said much the same thing about Tugnutt: "Three games in 2 1/2 days, and Ronny has been in there for all of them, two wins and a tie on the road.
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By Jerry McLaughlin and Jerry McLaughlin,Contributing Writer | March 25, 1992
MONCTON, New Brunswick -- The Skipjacks' woes continued last night as they lost an 8-3 decision to the Moncton Hawks before 5,880 at the Moncton Civic Center.The defeat, Baltimore's ninth game without a win, also left the Skipjacks winless for the six-game trip to the Maritime Provinces, prompting coach Barry Trotz to hold a closed door meeting afterward, which lasted about an hour after the final buzzer had sounded.The Skipjacks showed some fire in the opening period against the Hawks, battling back from a 3-0 deficit to pull even.
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