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      Interested in Becoming a Little Cap Billet Family?

      The Washington Little Capitals strive to identify and develop the best talent in the area to produce competitive hockey teams.  On occasion, the Club has the opportunity to bring talented players in from outside the area who want to play for the Little Caps and live in the area.  We are looking for families willing to host potential billet players.  Interested?  Please contact Doug Plocki at dplocki@washingtonlittlecapitals.com.  Thanks!

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      JOHN M. OSIDACH Memorial fund

      The spirit of John M. Osidach ("Osi") lives on with the Little Caps.  Osi passionately coached ice hockey in the Washington, DC area for over 40 years, first with the Chevy Chase Club and then the Washington Metros/Little Capitals hockey club. He was a founder and served as owner and president of the Washington Little Capitals for years. He was also the founder, original general manager and coach of the Washington Jr. Nationals hockey club. John was instrumental in the development and growth of competitive ice hockey in the Washington DC area and the teams he coached were successful regionally, nationally and internationally. Several of John’s players went on to play in top prep schools, junior leagues, the NCAA as well as professionally.  Contributions to the John Osidach Memorial Scholarship, used to help area players who may not otherwise be able to play the game, can be made  c/o Washington Little Capitals, Inc., P.O. Box 929, Lorton, VA, 22079. Online contributions may be made athttps://littlecapitals.sportngin.com/register/form/992083313."

      John Osidach Memorial Scholarship fund