Riley Barber


Assistant general manager Ross Mahoney and the Capitals’ scouting staff are not the only ones who believe the Caps and their fans have a lot to look forward to in the next few years.


Riley Barber stood at a crossroads following his sophomore season at Miami University [Ohio]. At 20 years old, should he turn pro and take a shot at playing for the Capitals next season?


The Capitals’ first development camp under head coach Barry Trotz wrapped up Saturday, and Washington’s new bench boss was pleased with the results.


All six members of the Capitals’ 2014 draft class will take part in the team’s annual development camp, which begins Monday and runs through July 12 at the Kettler Capitals Iceplex.


With the Capitals on the outside of a playoff position and postseason hockey far from a guarantee in Washington, it is worth noting that at least one player in the Capitals organization is already