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Jared’s Daily: Shepard Returns; Former Caps Stay In Division



Hershey Bears goalie Hunter Shepard seen during the 2023 Calder Cup Finals. (Mike Zitek/Coachella Valley Firebirds)

Calder Cup MVP Hunter Shepard has agreed to a two-year deal to remain with the Washington Capitals organization.

That and more from around the league in today’s daily.

Washington Capitals

Hunter Shepard, as well as Hershey Bears captain Dylan McIlrath, will have a two-way contract. The team also announced the signings of Pierrick Dube and Matthew Phillips. [WHN]

Max Pacioretty is eager to prove that he can still be the player he once was. [WHN]

Dmitry Orlov, Lars Eller and Garnet Hathaway are all staying in the Metropolitan Division. [WHN]

From The National Hockey Now Network

2022 No. 1 overall pick Juraj Slafkovsky is training with new strobe technology this offseason. [Montreal Hockey Now]

The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed Tyler Bertuzzi — former Red Wing and former Bruin — to a one-year deal, taking arguably the top remaining free agent off the market. [Detroit Hockey Now]

Veteran defenseman Jack Johnson is returning to the Avalanche. [Colorado Hockey Now]

Alexander Tertyshny, son of the late Flyers defenseman Dmitri Tertyshny, is wearing the logo his father once did. [Philly Hockey Now]

Jared Serre covers the Washington Capitals for Washington Hockey Now. He is a graduate of West Virginia University.