The Washington Capitals placed defenseman Tyler Lewington on waivers Sunday.
Lewington hasn’t played since an October 15 game against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
— CapFriendly Transactions (@CF_Transactions) November 10, 2019
If unclaimed, Lewington will likely be moved to Hershey as Richard Panik is eligible to return from the long-term injured reserve list, Monday. Panik would need a roster spot in order to play against his former team, the Arizona Coyotes.
Panik returned to practice without a no-contact jersey last Tuesday.
— Rob Carlin (@RobCarlinNBCS) November 5, 2019
Moving Lewington to Hershey would leave the Capitals with only six defensemen on the roster.
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