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Caps Hire Bondra as Director of Alumni Affairs & Business Development

Bondra will serve as the managing director of the Capitals Alumni Association with a focus on program and event development, alumni recruitment efforts and revenue development.

by Washington Capitals @Capitals / WashingtonCaps.com

ARLINGTON, Va. - The Washington Capitals have hired former Capital Peter Bondra as director of alumni affairs and business development, president of business operations and chief commercial officer of Monumental Sports & Entertainment Jim Van Stone announced today.

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Ron Weber inducted into Washington D.C. Sports Hall of Fame

Former Capitals radio play-by-play announcer Ron Weber was inducted into the Washington D.C. Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday at Nationals Park.

by Washington Capitals @Capitals / WashingtonCaps.com

Former Capitals radio play-by-play announcer Ron Weber was inducted into the Washington D.C. Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday at Nationals Park. 

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2017 Capitals Alumni Summer Classic

The Caps Alumni Summer Classic featured Peter Bondra, John Druce, Mike Knuble, Olaf Kolzig and more squaring off at Kettler Capitals Iceplex during 2017 #CapsFanFest.

by Capitals Alumni @capitals / WashingtonCaps.com

The Caps Alumni Summer Classic featured Peter Bondra, John Druce, Mike Knuble, Olaf Kolzig and more squaring off at Kettler Capitals Iceplex during 2017 #CapsFanFest.

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2017 WCAA Bourbon and Cigar Event

The Washington Capitals Alumni Association, in partnership with the Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation, hosted the inaugural Bourbon & Cigar fundraiser on Monday, June 26 at the W Hotel Rooftop in Washington, D.C.

by Washington Capitals @Capitals / WashingtonCaps.com

The inaugural Washington Capitals Alumni Association Bourbon & Cigar event, in conjunction with the Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation, proved to be a huge success. The night was full of memorable moments, complete with gorgeous views from the W Hotel Rooftop in the heart of Washington, D.C.

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Expansion Time Again

For the eighth time since joining the NHL as an expansion team in 1974, the Caps must expose some assets in another expansion draft.

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / Monumental Sports Network

Forty-three years ago at this time, the Washington Capitals had just begun to take shape. Months away from playing the first game in franchise history, the Caps were comprised of a group of 25 young and unproven prospects chosen in the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft in May, and another group of two dozen players chosen in the 1974 NHL Expansion Draft on June 12, 1974.

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MSE Foundation and Playworks Host Hockey Extravaganza

Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation teamed up with Playworks, Washington, D.C., to host its annual "Hockey Extravaganza" at Bunker Hill Elementary School in northeast D.C. on May 16.

by Washington Capitals @VogsCaps / WashingtonCaps.com

Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation teamed up with Playworks, Washington, D.C., to host its annual "Hockey Extravaganza" at Bunker Hill Elementary School in northeast D.C. on May 16. Nearly 70 students from Playworks partner schools participated in learn to play hockey drills taught by the Capitals' street team and games led by Playworks coaches. Capitals alumni Alan Hangsleben, Paul Mulvey and Errol Rausse, as well as Capitals mascot Slapshot, played games with the students and helped teach important hockey and teamwork skills during the drills. 

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Caps Alumni Biographies: Craig Laughlin

Craig Laughlin was traded to Washington along with Rod Langway, Brian Engblom, and Doug Jarvis.

by Washington Capitals @Capitals / WashingtonCaps.com

Craig Laughlin was a talented right-winger who played over 500 NHL games in the 1980s. He was a fine skater with a quick shot who topped the 20-goal mark three times in his career and was asset on the power play.

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Caps Alumni Biographies: Mark Lofthouse

Lofthouse was chosen 21st overall by the Washington Capitals at the 1977 Amateur Draft.

by Washington Capitals @Capitals / WashingtonCaps.com

Mark Lofthouse was a solid role player in the 1970s and '80s who could score and battle for the puck. He was a dominant scorer in junior and the minors but never put it all together in the NHL.

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Caps Alumni Biographies: Alan May

May's career took a turn for the better after he was traded to the Washington Capitals in June 1989.

by Washington Capitals @Capitals / WashingtonCaps.com

Right-winger Alan May was a hard-nosed grinder who demonstrated pugilistic ability when challenged during his eight NHL seasons in the 1980s and '90s. I addition to his toughness, he was also a responsible defensive player whose plus/minus rating was always respectable.

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Caps Alumni Biographies: Kelly Miller

Kelly Miller was traded to the Washington Capitals along with Mike Ridley for former 50-goal scorer Bob Carpenter.

by Washington Capitals @Capitals / WashingtonCaps.com

Left-winger Kelly Miller was a fine playmaker and checker who played nearly 1,000 NHL games in the 1980s and '90s. His quick hands made him a dangerous passer and a tough opponent on faceoffs.

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