Sunday, September 24 2023

Watch Carbery’s introductory press conference on NBCSW originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

There’s a new bench boss in town.

This week, the Washington Capitals hired Spencer Carbery as their new head coach. At 41 years old, Carbery has an impressive coaching resume, having served as head coach of Washington’s AHL affiliate in Hershey and ECHL affiliate in Carolina. He’s also proven to be an effective assistant at the NHL level, having guided the Toronto Maple Leafs to the league’s best and second-best power play units over the past two seasons as an assistant.

Now, Carbery is tasked with bringing Washington back to the postseason after the Capitals missed the playoffs for the first time in nine years. The good news, though, is the wealth of talent the rookie head coach will have at his disposal.

Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom, T.J. Oshie, John Carlson and Tom Wilson headline the Caps’ veteran core, each of them having been part of the Stanley Cup-winning squad in 2018. Organizational depth is not in short supply either, as Connor McMichael, Hendrix Lapierre, Aliaksei Protas and several other young guns provide a boost of youth and energy within the ranks. Carbery had a hand in developing those budding stars as well, having coached in both Hershey and Carolina.

Local media and fans will get their first chance to hear from Carbery during his introductory press conference on Thursday morning. The press conference will feature remarks from Carbery and Capitals’ general manager Brian MacLellan. The broadcast, which can be watched live on NBC Sports Washington, will feature the network’s Capitals Pregame and Postgame Live show host Alexa Landestoy, and analysts Alan May and Al Koken. Capitals’ play-by-play man Joe Beninati will emcee the event.

Here’s how to watch Carbery’s introductory press conference with the Capitals…


How to watch Spencer Carbery’s Introductory Presser

What: Spencer Carbery is introduced as the new Washington Capitals’ head coach

Where: District E at Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.

When: Thursday, June 1, 2023, from 11 a.m. — 12 p.m. EST

TV channel: You can locally watch Carbery’s press conference live on NBC Sports Washington (channel finder)

Live Stream: You can live stream Carbery’s press conference on the Washington Capitals’ Facebook and Twitter pages, as well on Monumental Sports Network

Re-air: For those not able to watch live, the press conference will re-air Thursday night on NBC Sports Washington at 10:30 p.m.

Source: Yahoo Sports


Is endgame near from Bally Sports, Guardians with what is happening with Padres broadcasts?


Despite previously being turned down, the Detroit Pistons still want Monty Williams to be their next head coach

Check Also

Pro Sports Media

Trending Now

With 8 games remaining in the regular season, here’s where the Cubs stand in the playoff hunt

With 8 games remaining in the regular season, here’s where the Cubs stand in the playoff hunt originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago Although the past couple of weeks have undoubtedly gone poorly for the Chicago Cubs overall, the 80-win North Siders still find themselves in a playoff spot with just eight games remaining in […]

Read More

Chicago Cubs rally for a 6-3 win against the Colorado Rockies, maintaining a 1-game lead for the No. 3 wild-card spot

Javier Assad’s value to the Chicago Cubs cannot be defined by a singular role. The Cubs put Assad back in the bullpen Saturday with Marcus Stroman’s return to the rotation against the Colorado Rockies for his first start since July 31. But Assad’s performance in relief — four shutout innings with two hits, no walks […]

Read More

Cubs manager David Ross texts Pirates counterpart Derek Shelton, trying to clarify postgame remarks about the team

CHICAGO — Chicago Cubs manager David Ross tried to set the record straight Saturday. Ross thought he had corrected himself during his postgame remarks Thursday but wanted to clarify his intention with Pittsburgh Pirates manager Derek Shelton. Ross texted Shelton on Friday night to explain that his comments after the Cubs’ 8-6 loss to the […]

Read More