Washington Capitals Development Camp will take place Tuesday, June 26 through Saturday, June 30 at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington. On-ice sessions are free and open to the public.

Fan Fest is scheduled for Saturday and will feature photo-ops the Stanley Cup, the Caps' annual equipment sale, and the intrasquad end-of-camp scrimmage. 

In addition, the Washington Capitals Alumni Association will host an Alumni Summer Classic Game on Tuesday, June 26, at 6:30 p.m. after the first day of camp has concluded. 

Read on for full details about the week.

How to attend: Capitals Development Camp 2018 Schedule

The on-ice sessions for Dev Camp are scheduled as follows. Keep in mind that ice time typically means players will be on-ice for evaluation or practice for 45 to 90 minutes. Scheduling also specifies the rink where each session will take place. Public rink refers to the one closer to Ballston Common Mall, and Capitals rink refers to the one near the team store. 

Tuesday, June 26
9 a.m.: Defense on ice (Public rink); Forwards on ice (Capitals rink)
2:15 p.m.: Goalies on ice (Capitals rink)
3 p.m.: All players on ice (Capitals rink)
6:30 p.m.: Washington Capitals Alumni
Summer Classic

Wednesday, June 27
11 a.m.: On-ice testing (Public rink); Goalies on ice (Capitals rink)
12 p.m.: All players on ice (Capitals rink)
5 p.m.: All players at Kids Clinic

Thursday, June 28
9:15 a.m.: Defense and goalies on ice
(Capitals rink); Forwards on ice (Public rink)
10 a.m.: All players on ice (Capitals rink)
4 p.m.: 3-on-3 Tournament


Friday, June 29
10:15 a.m.: Defense on ice (Capitals rink); Forwards on ice (Public rink)
11:15 a.m.: All players on ice (Capitals rink)

Saturday, June 30
Caps Fan Fest
10 a.m.: Intrasquad scrimmage

Who to expect: Capitals Development Camp 2018 Roster

Roster highlights of this summer's camp include the Caps' seven draft picks from this year's NHL draft, held last Friday and saturday. The roster totals 33 players, 11 of which are free agents and 22 of which are Caps draft picks from 2013 to 2018.There are several defensive prospects and a few forwards who had stellar seasons in the AHL, NCAA, or in their respective junior leagues. You can check out our full rundown of who to watch here. 

The roster is as follows, listed by number, name, position, and team associated with during the 2017-18 season. An asterisk indicates that the player is a free agent.

40 PILON, Garrett (C), Everett Silvertips (WHL)
45 JONSSON-FJALLBY, Axel (LW), Djurgarden (Sweden)
47 MALENSTYN, Beck (LW), Calgary (WHL)
49 KAMMERER, Max (C/LW), Dusseldorfer EG (DEL)*
51 MARTHINSEN, Kristian (LW), Almtuna IS J20 (J20-Elit)
54 MITCHELL, Mason (LW), South Carolina (ECHL)*
58 FLORCHUK, Eric (C), Victoria (WHL)
61 IKONEN, Juuso (RW), Brynas IF (SHL)*
63 GERSICH, Shane (LW), North Dakota (NCAA) 
64 PINHO, Brian (C), Providence (NCAA)
67 SUTTER, Riley (RW), Everett Silvertips (WHL)
68 SPINNER, Steven (RW), Univ. of Nebraska Omaha (NCAA)
71 CLARK, Kody (RW), Ottawa (OHL)
75 GILES, Patrick (C), USNDTP U-18 (USHL)*
93 SIMPSON, Mark (C/LW), University of New Brunswick (U Sports)*
94 BARROW, Ryan (RW), University of Denver (NCAA)*

21 JOHANSEN, Lucas (D), Hershey (AHL)
27 ALEXEYEV, Alex (D), Red Deer (WHL)
34 SIEGENTHALER, Jonas (D), Hershey (AHL)
36 HOBBS, Connor (D), Hershey (AHL)
42 FEHERVARY, Martin (D), Oskarshamn (SWE-2) 
46 GEISSER, Tobias (D), EV Zug (Swiss) 
48 WALFRIDSSON, Sebastian (D), Modo Jr. (Sweden-Jr) 
50 PRISKIE, Chase (D), Quinnipiac Univ. (NCAA)
52 MAASS, Benton (D), Univ. of New Hampshire (NCAA)
53 KENNOK-LEIPERT, Alex (D), Vancouver (WHL)
84 BINDULIS, Kristofers (D), South Carolina (ECHL)*
97 ZECH, Cooper (D), Wenatchee Wild (BCHL)*


30 SAMSONOV, Ilya (G), Metallurg (KHL)
35 THOMPSON, Logan (G), Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)*
57 GIBSON, Mitchell (G), Lone Star (NAHL)
59 MAROTTE, Frank (G), Robert Morris Univ. (NCAA)*
60 JONES, Peyton (G), Penn State Univ. (NCAA)*

Capitals Development Camp kicks off with the propects' first practice at Kettler tomorrow morning.