Hershey Bears assistant coach Reid Cashman promoted to the Washington Capitals
Reid Cashman is not a surprise entrant into the names of new potential Washington Capitals assistant coaches. Cashman ran the rookie development camp early on in July culminating in the Red vs White scrimmage game. Cashman will replace Lane Lambert, who left Washington with Barry Trotz and went to the New York Islanders.
Hearing Reid Cashman will join Todd Reirden’s #ALLCAPS coaching staff as assistant in charge of D. Former Quinnipiac defenseman has been Hershey assistant coach for last 2 seasons
— Mark Divver (@MarkDivver) July 12, 2018
Cashman was first hired by the Bears on July 27, 2016, as an assistant coach under then-head coach Troy Mann. He spent two seasons in Hershey. Prior to being the Bears assistant coach, Cashman spent five seasons as an assistant coach with the Quinnipiac Bobcats of the NCAA. During his final year with the Bobcats, he was promoted to an associate head coach. Quinnipiac would reach the NCAA tournament four times during Cashman’s tenure, including two Frozen Fours.
Seems a little more definite now.. Friends of Reid Cashman congratulating him on joining #Caps staff.. @NBCSWashington has video of Cashman from last month’s development camp on the way.. Stand by.. #ALLCAPS https://t.co/5mv4iURGix
— Rob Carlin (@RobCarlinNBCS) July 13, 2018
Stay tuned as the Washington Capitals are still in need one one more assistant coach in DC.