ARLINGTON, V.A. — The Washington Capitals are bringing back their development camp after a two-year hiatus amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the team announced on Thursday.
The Capitals will hold their development camp from July 11-16 at MedStar Capitals Iceplex. On Friday, July 15, the team will hold a development camp scrimmage and open house at Capital One Arena. Times are TBD for camp, but the scrimmage will be at 7 p.m. ET. Doors open at 6 p.m. ET.
Camp comes just days after the 2022 NHL Draft, which takes place on July 7 and 8. NHL Free Agency will kick off during development camp on Wednesday, July 13.
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Washington has not yet announced their rosters or attendees of this year’s camp. However, attendance is free and open to the general public. Fans can RSVP here. Current Club Red 365 members will receive a special invitation. Fans also have the opportunity to win prizes. Select alumni will also be in attendance and signing autographs.
Most recently, the Capitals hosted a rookie camp for its prospects in September in the days ahead of training camp. Hendrix Lapierre, Aliaksei Protas and Brett Leason were among those in attendance. All three appeared in NHL games this season.