Again on February 11, news broke at the College of Prince Edward Island’s Men’s Hockey Alumni Working day that previous Capitals ahead Joel Ward thought of himself as becoming retired from skilled hockey.
An NHL supply afterwards instructed RMNB that Ward wasn’t “officially” retired, anything the ahead himself verified by using Colour of Hockey. “No, I haven’t officially retired,” Ward mentioned in an electronic mail to the internet site. “I’m constantly open to catch on a crew.”
If Ward has his way, that crew could possibly be the Toronto Maple Leafs. And for very good explanation.
— Joel Ward (@JRandalWard42) February 19, 2019
Through Hockey Central at Midday, Nick Kypreos mentioned what gamers the Leafs ought to purpose to trade for forward of the February 25 deadline in buy to give them a prospective edge over the Boston Bruins in the playoffs.
In response to that segment, Ward raised his digital-hand with an emoji, seemingly providing his companies.
Ward, of study course, by now has the working experience required to down the Bruins. In the 2012 playoffs, Ward scored one of the most significant ambitions in Capitals heritage — prior to the 2018-19 Stanley Cup operate — when he tallied the time beyond regulation game-successful purpose in Video game 7 to take the Caps past the defending champion Boston Bruins.