Sergei Kostenko’s mask features a surprising amount of English on it, not all of which makes sense.
Day four of Caps Development Camps got a lot more interesting than the previous day, with a fight, two penalty shots, and nine goals.
Team Red beat Team White in Thursday scrimmage by a final score of 6-3. Team Red’s goals were scored by Matt Bailey, Greg Miller, Cam Wojtala, 2012 first round pick Tom Wilson, and two from David Vallorani. Team White’s three goals were scored by David Civitarese, Michael Quinn, and Christian Djoos.
Russian draftee Sergei Kostenko played in his first scrimmage after arriving yesterday from Russia and impressed with his performance for Team Red today, stopping tough shots through three periods, including a penalty shot attempt by blue-chip prospect Filip Forsberg.
My photos from today are below.
Filip Forsberg looking moody before puck drop.
Aussie free agent invitee Nathan Walker reaches for the puck.
Tom Wilson (red) plays defense.
The red team celebrates a goal.
Stan Galiev (red) in a fight for the puck.
Forsberg (white) gets tangled up near the boards.
I think Adam Oates wants to kill me.
Max Iafrate gets stuck on the opposing team’s bench after a check.
Kostenko receives congratulations after the first period.
Galiev races up the ice.
Free agent invitee Greg Miller scores a rather unorthodox goal.
Patrick Wey celebrates another Red goal.
Forsberg sliding butt-first into Sergei Kostenko after getting taken down on a semi-breakaway.
Kostenko makes the save on Forsberg in the ensuing penalty shot.
Another Red goal. Another Patrick Wey celebration.
Wilson scores on yet another penalty shot.
Forsberg reacts to a faceoff.
Red goal. Noticing a trend here?
Wilson (red) battles for the puck.
Wilson takes the puck up the ice.
Oates looks on.
Forsberg watches the action from the bench.
Galiev laughs while taking to reporters.
Oates speaks to the media.
Goalie coach Dave Prior answering questions from the media.
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