November 31-in31: Washington Capitals

By |2020-11-27T15:04:20-05:00November 29th, 2020|31-in-31 Series|

      The 31-in-31 Offseason Series is an annual event here at DobberProspects! Every day in November we will be bringing you a complete breakdown of a team’s draft and insights into their off-season movements thus far. Following this up, the December 31-in-31 Series will dive into every team’s prospect depth charts with fantasy [...]

31 in 31 Series: Washington Capitals 2018 Draft Review and Development Camp Updates

By |2018-07-30T00:10:47-04:00July 29th, 2018|31-in-31 Series, Feature Story|

  Before we get into this...   Caps fans, the team, and Ovechkin deserved a cup. If you do not think so go jump in a lake     Draft Overview   The Capitals came in to the draft high off a Stanley cup win and with [...]

KHL Update October 2017

By |2017-10-15T23:38:42-04:00October 16th, 2017|Feature Story|

  Finally the KHL write has come back to DobberProspects.   There have already been 23 games (for most clubs) played in the KHL as opposed to around six in the NHL to date. It is the usual suspects who will be mainly featured in this update as they are the ones racking up the [...]

August 31-in-31: Washington Capitals

By |2018-06-12T10:57:30-04:00August 30th, 2017|Feature Story, Staff|

  What an ....... off season for the Capitals. First it was another disappointing exit at the hands of the Penguins (sorry for mentioning), then resigning the 2015-2016 astronomically high percentage shooter Oshie and as a result trading a younger player on a better contract for picks, doing not enough to keep Nate Schmidt from [...]

Washington Capitals July 31-in-31

By |2018-06-12T11:04:26-04:00July 30th, 2017|Feature Story|

WASHINGTON CAPITALS JULY 31-in-31 2017  The Capitals had a light draft, with only four picks, and concentrated those picks in prospect areas they are already deep on. Three of the four Capitals picks were defensemen and all are definitely not locks to ever to make the NHL as they were taken in the fourth to [...]

KHL April Update

By |2017-04-17T11:52:32-04:00April 17th, 2017|Feature Story|

KHL GAGARIN CUP PLAYOFFS RECAP Well guess who won the KHL championship last night, just in time for the KHL update (they must have known), it was won in five games by SKA Saint Petersburg. The team that finished tied for first in points with a loaded offense and stellar goaltending. See the brackets below: [...]

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