Capitals Announce Training Camp Schedule and Roster
The Washington Capitals will begin their 2011-12 Training Camp at Kettler Capitals Iceplex on Saturday, Sept. 17, vice president and general manager George McPhee announced today.
Training camp will last 19 days with the NHL regular season beginning on Thursday, Oct. 6. This marks the Capitals’ fifth training camp at Kettler Capitals Iceplex, the Metro-accessible, inside-the-Beltway practice facility that features two NHL-sized rinks. All on-ice sessions, like every Capitals practice at Kettler Capitals Iceplex, will be open to the public and free of charge.
The training camp roster will be broken up into three squads (Teams A, B, C) and their schedule will vary. Players will be available to the media at the conclusion of their on and off-ice sessions (approximate times are listed below). Those media members seeking specific players should check with the Capitals media relations department in advance for the best time to gain access to individuals as it will likely change daily.
Head coach Bruce Boudreau will be made available to the media following the final on-ice session of each day.
The Capitals complete training camp roster and schedule is attached and listed below. At the conclusion of the 2011 Caps Rookie Camp, select players will be invited to participate in training camp. The roster must be trimmed to 23 players by Wednesday, Oct. 5.
Unlike other professional sports, there is no mandatory schedule for making roster cuts. Washington will play its first preseason game at the Baltimore Hockey Classic on Tuesday, Sept. 20 vs. Nashville at 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore. The Capitals will open the 2011-12 regular season versus the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday, Oct. 8 at Verizon Center.
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Alex "Bongo" Semin will be gone after this year, no doubt.
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Is Ovechkin going to make the team ?
You don't cheapshot one of my players like that, it doesn't make any sense. Fight a guy straight up, whoever wins, wins, but at the end of the day respect yourself for being a fair player and a fair fighter.
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