Nisky’s Capitals teammates took to social media to say goodbye and wish him the best.
Vrana posted on his Instagram story (which has since been deleted) with a caption saying Niskanen was “One of the best teammates out there” and wishing him “Good luck in the future.”
Wilson shared pictures of the two of them celebrating on the ice together in a tweet.
— Tom Wilson (@tom_wilso) June 14, 2019
General manager Brian MacLellan thanked Niskanen and wished him and his family all the best. The Capitals Instagram account also shared a photo of Niskanen raising the Stanley Cup above his head, thanking him “For everything.”
Headline photo: Bruce Bennett
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