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Posted at 1:05 PM ET, 03/ 4/2011

Line change: Submit questions for Jason Arnott, Dennis Wideman and Marco Sturm

By Lindsay Applebaum

For the next few editions of our "Ask the Caps" video series, we're getting to know the new guys.

Submit questions below for trade-deadline acquisitions Jason Arnott, Dennis Wideman and Marco Sturm.

Fill out the form below to ask a question. If you'd like to be credited in the video, feel free to include your name or Twitter handle.

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Previously: Karl Alzner, Jason Chimera, Matt Hendricks, John Carlson, Mathieu Perreault.

By Lindsay Applebaum  | March 4, 2011; 1:05 PM ET
Categories:  Dennis Wideman, Jason Arnott, Marco Sturm  
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Comments

Wideman- STEAL of the deadline...wow.

I was a little skeptical of this, but he really has been wonderful...

I hope he keeps it up, and you are right, Green wilts under pressure, but this year Green won't have to do anything but skate his normal shift. Wideman will do the rest!

Posted by: SoaringCaps | March 4, 2011 1:38 PM | Report abuse

Greenie has really taken a step backward since the Pinz series 2 years ago after that 31 goals reg season.

In that series, the Pinz really got the puck deep & pounded on him.
Hurting him physically & mentally.

Since then, that is the m.o. for most team against this team & Greenie.

Posted by: Rocc00 | March 4, 2011 11:34 PM | Report abuse

@Rocc00 - one thing I've noticed about Green, even in that first year of BB, was that teams targeted him and were slamming him around pretty good. I think someone needs to work with him on technique in those confrontations because it seems he doesn't always technically know how to position himself to absorb hits or partially avoid them. The Stepan hit was a good example: there would've been nothing there but Green came at the guy leading with his jaw...

Posted by: RedLitYogi | March 5, 2011 10:39 AM | Report abuse

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