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TOM WILSON RUMORS & GOSSIP

Tom Wilson weighs in on Wings’ rink project, as do Duggan, Snyder; there’s a sticky wicket, too

I would generally just update the afternoon rink post to keep things in one place (see: Sunday morning's post about the rink proposal and the overnight report regarding the balance of the "District Detroit" project), but this trio of stories/interviews merit their own "update" entry. First, Olympia Entertainment CEO Tom Wilson spoke with Detroit Sports 105...
Via Kukla's Korner
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Capitals Injury Update: Tom Wilson suffers ankle injury

Washington Capitals right wing Tom Wilson suffered an ankle injury from a fall that happened a few weeks ago. The details regarding the dynamic of the injury have not been specified thus far. However, it is possible that he could miss part of training camp to allow for recovery, according to Jason Brough of NBC Sports.#168742210 / gettyimages.comIt remains unknown how Wilson managed...
Via Sports Injury Alert
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Caps’ Wilson now sidelined until after training camp begins

Forward Tom Wilson, who injured his ankle this offseason, is not expected to return to the ice until after training camp opens this September, a Capitals representative said Wednesday. According to the spokesman, doctors determined the expected timetable for Wilson’s recovery after evaluating him in Toronto, which included X-rays and MRIs on the injured ankle. No clarification...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

What Can We Expect for Tom Wilson?

Earlier tonight, Tom Wilson was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct for charging Braden Schenn.  At the time, it looked really bad and talk of suspension took over social media.  I decided to sit down, look at the hit again as well as the history of charging suspensions to see what we can expect from Shanahan. Continue reading "What Can We Expect for Tom Wilson?"
Via Kukla's Korner
December 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Capitals' Tom Wilson loses skate blade after big hit, stumbles to bench

Skating on ice is tough enough, but doing it when you are missing a blade on one foot during an NHL playoff game — as we found out yesterday — is next to impossible. That's what happened to Washington Capitals rookie Tom Wilson when he was crashed into the boards and "lost his steel" during Game 6 against the New York Rangers Sunday. The 19-year-old rookie...
Via The Other Paper
May 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Tom Wilson Loses Skate Blade - Stuggles to Bench

Video: Falls to the ice several times
Via Beer Mug Sports
May 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Tom Wilson’s Photo Debut

Tom Wilson was called up from Hershey and is playing in his first NHL game at the right wing on the 4th line. We’re sure many other sites will chronicle how his first game went, but let’s be honest, he isn’t likely to receive more than 8 minutes of ice time. As long as he [...]
Via Capitals Outsider
May 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Capitals sign Wilson to 3-year contract

The Washington Capitals have signed forward Tom Wilson to a three-year, entry-level contract. The 18-year-old Wilson was the 16th overall pick in the NHL draft. The deal is worth $832,500 per year at the NHL level, and $70,000 per year at the AHL level. The forward had 27 points and 141 penalty minutes in 49 games with the Plymouth of the Ontario Hockey League and 13 points in...
Via Fox Sports
July 19, 2012  |  Discuss

First Round Draft Pick Profile: Thomas Wilson

Thomas WilsonPosition: Right WingerHeight: 6'4 Weight: 203 Shoots: RightBorn: 03/29/94, Toronto, Ontario NHL Central Scouting Rank: #15 North American SkaterPlayer Pages:   NHL - EP - HF - OHL Talent Analysis:Tom Wilson is a big, strong, tough winger who thinks in straight lines.  He takes the shortest route to the puck, often running through puck-carriers at high...
Via Rock the Red
June 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Draft Watch: Tom Wilson, Tanner Pearson, Phil Di Giuseppe

One position the Rangers might like to improve on is their wing depth, specifically in the form of power forwards.  New York boasts a handful of gnat-sized forwards that possess bundles of talent, but could struggle to match up against bigger NHL players.  There are a few players that could be available at pick #28 that bring size and skill and may catch the Rangers’ eyes. Just...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
June 16, 2012  |  Discuss
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