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Fleischmann, Klepis Expected at Camp

Although forwards Tomas Fleischmann and Jakub Klepis still aren't signed, both have indicated to team officials that they'll attend training camp regardless of their contract situation. Contract negotiations are "ongoing" with both players, I'm told.

That sounds to me like something is going to worked out sooner rather than later. Good to hear.

Note: As far as Ovechkin and his situation, I'm told the Caps have reached out to Alex to get his side of the story. They haven't heard back from him yet, which isn't much of a surprise considering the time difference.

By Tarik El-Bashir  |  August 29, 2007; 4:27 PM ET
 
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Comments

What kind of advice can GMGM give? JAB with the left? throwing a combo? pull his shirt over his head? GMGM was the guy who beat up the GM for the blackhawks a few years back? Thus earning this fan's respect -- only to lose it with his GM skills (but in his defense he's gaining it back).

or

Unlce Ted. The one who went to blows with a drunk fan who was talking smack? I liked uncle ted a lot more after he did that. Show'd me he has passion for this team.

Posted by: Go Skins Go | August 29, 2007 5:00 PM | Report abuse

I thought the Caps had a policy of not letting unsigned players come to training camp. I clearly remember some players in the past not being allowed to participate until they signed. Zubrus, for example, and Nikolishin. Is this different because both players are still considered to be prospects?

Posted by: norske | August 29, 2007 6:36 PM | Report abuse

Maybe its different because both players are going to be in Hershey.
We need a Cadbury town.

Posted by: 007 | August 30, 2007 7:24 AM | Report abuse

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