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Capitals coach Hunter says family is more important than coaching


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In a surprise move, Washington Capitals head coach Dale Hunter quit his job less than a season behind the bench.

He told the Capitals team that he wanted to spend more time with his family in Canada.

Hunter, who replaced the popular Bruce Boudreau in November, is the owner of the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, a junior hockey team that is playing for the Memorial Cup. One of Hunter’s sons is the assistant coach and his brother, Mark took over as the head coach when Dale took the Capitals job.


Info compiled from the Washington Capitals, Radio & TV news


Nash honored by London Knights


Rick Nash honored with number retired ( photo)

Rick Nash wore #61 before he even came to the NHL and the Columbus Blue Jackets.

The CBJ star had his #61 jersey was retired over the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League.

Nash attended “Rick Nash Night” in John Labatt Centre, where his jersey was raised to the rafters before a game against Owen Sound.

Nash scored 63 goals and had 75 assists in 112 games with London from 2000 to 2002.


Info compiled from NHL, Ontario Hockey League, Radio & TV

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE: News, Notes, Milestones


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This is the latest news, notes and milestones from the NHL.


***Washington Capitals head coach Dale Hunter, who took over on November 28, signed on for only the remainder of the season. If Hunter and the Capitals front office feel the fit is right, he can remain for 2012-2013.

If not, Hunter will return to running the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League.


***Columbus Blue Jackets winger Cody Bass, who was called up from minor-league Springfield twice this season, will have shoulder surgery on January 3 thus ending his season. He is a tough player.


***Calgary’s Jarome Iginla is a consistent player. With three more goals, he’ll have 250 since the 2004-2005 lockout ended. Before the lockout, he scored 250 goals.


***Washington Capitals winger Mike Knuble played in his 1,000th game. Knuble has scored 221 of his 271 career goals in the NHL after his 30th birthday. He has more goals after his 30th birthday than Wayne Gretzky, the Great One did with 217.


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Blues continue to win under Hitchcock; Hunter loses debut game


Dale Hunter's #32 is retired by Washington Capitals Feb 2010 (photo by Patrickneil via wikipedia commons)

Dale Hunter, 51-year-old former NHL center for the Quebec Nordiques, Washington Capitals and Colorado Avalanche from 1980-1999, made his debut behind the bench as a head coach for the first time on Tuesday night.

He spent the past 11 years coaching in the Ontario Hockey League before the Washington Capitals elevated him to head coach replacing Bruce Boudreau.

The Capitals played better defense, but Hunter’s NHL coaching debut was spoiled by the St. Louis Blues, 2-1.

The Blues have the stingiest defense in the league and are limiting star scorers to 1 or 2 shots a game.

St. Louis is 8-1-2 since Ken Hitchcock took over as head coach on November 7 for Davis Payne.

The Blues have only allowed 13 goals in Hitchcock’s 11 games behind the bench.


Info compiled from St. Louis Blues & Washington Capitals news

CBJ signs defenseman Dalton Prout to three-year contract


Dalton Prout (courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have signed defenseman Dalton Prout to a standard three-year entry level contract.

The 22-year-old Prout combined to register nine goals and 22 assists for 31 points and 99 penalty minutes in 52 games with Barrie and Saginaw of the Ontario Hockey League. He set career highs in goals, assists and points. Prout added 2-0-2 and 27 penalty minutes in 12 playoff games for the Saginaw Spirit, leading the team in penalty minutes and goals among defenseman (tied).

The Blue Jackets’ seventh pick, 154th overall, in the 2010 Entry Draft, Prout has collected 17-49-66, 436 penalty minutes and a cumulative plus/minus rating of +16 in 286 career OHL games with Sarnia, Barrie and Saginaw. He has added 3-9-12 and 73 penalty minutes in 46 career playoff games.

Prout is 6’2, 218 pounds and is from LaSalle, Ontario.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Blue Jackets

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