New Washington head coach Barry Trotz admits he was very impressed by Andre Burakovsky at the team's development camp.
Forward Andre Burakovsky, Washington's first-round pick (No. 23) at the 2013 NHL Draft, has realistic aspirations of challenging for a roster spot come training camp in September.
The Washington Capitals experimented with using Andre Burakovsky as a center during development camp.
New Capitals assistant GM Ross Mahoney is looking forward to seeing prospect Andre Burakovsky at training camp.
The Washington Capitals have sent their first round pick Andre Burakovsky to the Erie Otters of the OHL.
The Washington Capitals won't assign Andre Burakovsky to the AHL, even though he's eligible to play there over the OHL Erie Otters.
Andre Burakovsky has agreed to a three-year, entry-level contract with the Washington Capitals.
Andre Burakovsky will be one of 24 players attending the Capitals' rookie camp.
Andre Burakovsky has committed to playing for the Erie Otters of the OHL this coming season.
Andre Burakovsky is unsure where he'll pay next season.
Washington first-round pick Andre Burakovsky is expected to need more time to develop.
Washington has picked Andre Burakovsky with the 23rd overall choice in the 2013 draft.