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Boudreau discusses possible lineup changes

Capitals Coach Bruce Boudreau would not reveal if he would be tinkering with his lineup for tonight's Game 2 against Montreal, but he did offer some clues during his media session before the team's morning skate at KCI.

Among the players Boudreau discussed were forwards Scott Walker and Brendan Morrison, both of whom were healthy scratches for Game 1. The Capitals lost the opener, 3-2.

"We've made changes all year," Boudreau said. "Especially since the trading deadline we've had different guys in all year. I don't know if we are or if we're not, but it's a thought. We've got the ability I think with Walker, with Morrison. We got some good forwards that bring unique skills to the table."

Walker, however, put in extra work with the scratches, so it looks like he'll be out.

By Gene Wang  |  April 17, 2010; 10:43 AM ET
 
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Walker should be in over Gordon unless they're pushing Chimera down to the 4th to make room for Morrison.

Posted by: butcherbaker | April 17, 2010 1:56 PM | Report abuse

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