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http://www.washingtoncaps.com/fans/i...cont_id=213593

Interesting stuff.

More spinzone for Teddie Logon.

The part about Kono was interesting.

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Interesting stuff.

More spinzone for Teddie Logon.

The part about Kono was interesting.
I contend that Konowalchuk's and Klee's decision to sell their homes after last year's playoff defeat can be traced directly to what happened with Calle Johansson. We can debate all day whether breaking up the old gang and killing the old blue collar Caps. That team was no fun to play against. But couldnt get over the hump and couldn't sell tickets.
I preferred that group of players and that scrappy style of play. Many others thought they should go. In any case I think its very possible that the Caps would a much better team with those 3 players happy and still here than they are without them. Hockey teams are tightly knit and Calle Johansson's benching may well have torn what was left of this team apart.

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totally agree

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I contend that Konowalchuk's and Klee's decision to sell their homes after last year's playoff defeat can be traced directly to what happened with Calle Johansson. We can debate all day whether breaking up the old gang and killing the old blue collar Caps. That team was no fun to play against. But couldnt get over the hump and couldn't sell tickets.
I preferred that group of players and that scrappy style of play. Many others thought they should go. In any case I think its very possible that the Caps would a much better team with those 3 players happy and still here than they are without them. Hockey teams are tightly knit and Calle Johansson's benching may well have torn what was left of this team apart.

could very well have torn the team apart. Impressive win tonight. Missed the game though.

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