Capitals and Bears defenseman Tyson Strachan signed with the Buffalo Sabres on Friday, ending his tenure in Washington and Hershey.
Tim Murray was looking for a couple of players for the Amerks, and he's found one in Tyson Strachan.
The 29-year-old defenseman spent last season in the Washington organization, dressing in 18 games with the Capitals and 60 games for their AHL affiliate in Hershey. Strachan's two-way deal, according to Ryan Rishaug of TSN, is for one year with an NHL salary of $650,000 and...
Capitals/Bears defensemen Tyson Strachan, plus teammates John Carlson and Steve Oleksy came to sign autographs and take photos with fans at the Nats game on Sunday.
Caps and Bears defenseman Tyson Strachan is bringing his non-profit to Nationals Park on June 1.
Tyson Strachan: 6’3″, 215 lbs., 13 Career NHL Regular Season Fights Matt Martin: 6’3″, 206 lbs., 45 Career NHL Regular Season Fights February 4th, 2014. Verizon Center. 2:34 into the first period. Score tied 0-0. Tyson Strachan looked over at Matt Martin with a smile, who shot Strachan a smile right back. “Why hello Matt,” […]
The Washington Capitals have recalled defenseman Tyson Strachan from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL), vice president and general manager George McPhee announced today.
Strachan, 29, made his Capitals debut on Nov. 15 against Detroit. The Melfort, Saskatchewan, native played in five games with Washington this season. Strachan played in 38 games with the Florida...
The Washington Capitals have signed defenseman Tyson Strachan, right wing Matt Watkins and goaltender David Leggio to one-year, two-way contracts.
The 28-year-old Strachan played in 38 games with the Florida Panthers last season. He had four assists and 40 penalty minutes.
Strachan has played in 120 NHL games over five seasons with the Panthers and St. Louis Blues.
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July 08, 2013
Strachan received a five minute major for interference, a 10 and game misconduct.
Chimera did return to play.
Who you say? That would be Tyson Strachan, who was called up to the Panthers for 15 games last season to fill in for the injured Ed Jovanovski and Dmitri Kulikov, and then two games in the playoffs for an injured Keaton Ellerby.
To be called up in the playoffs is all one needs to know about GM Dale Tallon's faith in Strachan's abilities as a player. But that faith was...
The Florida Panthers signed defenseman Tyson Strachan to a one-year contract extension on Wednesday.Terms of the deal were not disclosed.The 27-year-old has one goal and two assists in eight games, while averaging more than 15 minutes of ice time per game for the Panthers this season.Strachan previously played 67 games for the St. Louis Blues from 2008-2011.