Dylan McIlrath

NHL Playoffs: Rangers Knock Capitals Out in Game 4, 4-2 Victory | 4/28/2024

The Rangers eliminated the Washington Capitals on Sunday, April 28th at the Capital One Arena with a 4-2 victory. New York is the first team to move into the second round, and they’ll play either the Carolina Hurricanes or the New York Islanders. Carolina leads the best-of-7 series 3-1, and they’ll host the Islanders on […]

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Hershey Bears Wrap-Up Series With Lehigh Valley Phantoms | 4/12/2024

The Bears hosted the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Friday, April 12th to defeat them 4-1 for their fifth straight win following a 4-1 loss against the Providence Bruins on March 24th at the Giant Center. Hershey’s victory on Friday marked their 51st of this season, and they tied the Calgary Wranglers (2022-23) for the AHL […]

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AHL Game Recap: Hershey Bears vs Providence Bruins| 02/09/2024

Providence, RI- The Hershey Bears are back from their AHL All-Star break and are faced off against the Providence Bruins over the weekend. Here is a little recap from the All-Star game: Ethan Frank won the fastest skater competition. Hershey will play the Toronto Marlies, Belleville Senators, and the Laval Rockets on their Canadian road […]

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Mac Is Back And New Faces In Hershey

Free agency is a tense time for hockey fans. Favorite players leave, and new faces come in. For the Hershey Bears, favorites Mason Morelli and Garrett Pilon have moved on to other organizations, but there’s good news, too! Guess Who’s Back? Back Again: Hershey Bears Captain Dylan McIlrath is making a return to Chocolate Town! […]

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Injury Update On Three Capitals Defensemen

The Washington Capitals have been dealing with injuries all season long as it has hampered their success. Recently the Capitals’ injury woes have affected the blue line, as three players are working their way back to the starting lineup. Two players were banged up during the March 1st game against the Anaheim Ducks, while one […]

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Things Need to Change for the Capitals

Ever since winning the Stanley Cup in 2018, the Washington Capitals have been a very predictable hockey club. They would have a solid regular season, get into the playoffs, and they got knocked out in the first or second round. Of course, during these seasons, we would see their captain Alex Ovechkin score a ton […]

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