Albany Capitals youth hockey heads to Russia for international tournament

May 23, 2019 10:49 AM

The Albany Capitals youth hockey team is leaving for Russia Thursday to compete in an international tournament for kids ages 10-12.  The team is one of 14 in the Euro Chem Cup and the only one from the United States.  Former NHL player Brad Chartrand is the head coach who put together the team that includes 10 players from the Capital Region.  The Capitals will play four games in seven days, but more importantly will also have the chance to meet people from all across the world and experience Russian culture.  Ashley Miller has the story.

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