In his first season as head coach of the Charlotte Checkers, Mike Vellucci shined behind the bench
The Capitals re-signed defenseman Tyler Lewington to a two-year deal. He led the Hershey Bears with 10 fights last season.
by: Ian Oland — Russian Machine Never Breaks 18 May
A few days after announcing the re-signing of depth defenseman Aaron Ness, the Capitals have inked another organizational talent. D-man Tyler Lewington and the Caps have agreed to terms on a new two-year, two-way contract. The deal’s average annual value.