2012 first-round pick Tom Wilson absorbs a big hit. (Photo credit: Chris Gordon)
Day two of Caps Development Camp took place today, with timed tests for the prospects in the morning and a scrimmage in the afternoon, but it was what was said off the ice that was most interesting. Olaf Kolzig talked about a possible lockout, Stan Galiev talked about gaining nearly twenty pounds, and Max Iafrate brought us the distressing news that his father now listens to rap music.
Connor Carrick had the quote of camp however, explaining what Adam Oates’ first day as coach was like. “He’s nervous, we’re nervous, everybody’s nervous so nobody’s nervous.” Somebody put that to music, we’ve got a new hit for Carly Rae Jepsen.
In regards to the scrimmage, Team Red avenged Team White after their 3-1 loss yesterday, and won today, 2-1. Australian Nathan Walker scored the white team’s lone goal, while the red team’s two tallies were scored by Aaron Gens and David Vallorani.
RMNB’s Chris Gordon was there to capture all the action. Check out his photos below the jump.
Tom Wilson disses out a hit.
Stan Galiev waits for a faceoff.
New top pick Filip Forsberg battles for the puck.
Forsberg goes for a ride.
Bears coach Mark French delivers some instruction.
Wilson with the puck.
Larry Courville, the head coach of new the Caps’s new ECHL affiliate, the Reading Royals.
Goalie prospect Steffen Soberg.
Garrett Haar speaks to the media.
Forsberg watches from the bench.
2012 draft pick Chandler Stephenson (white) fights for the puck.
Wilson carries the puck out of the defensive zone.
And plays some defense.
Caps GM George McPhee watches the action.
Wilson leaves the locker room.
Oates barking some orders.
Galiev watches the action from the bench.
Wilson has a laugh on the bench.
Thomas Di Pauli waits for a faceoff.
Chandler Stephenson looks on.
Olie Kolzig talks after the sessions.
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