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Kolzig's Agent Disappointed by Caps' Decision

I just got off the phone with Olie Kolzig's agent, Art Breeze. He said he was disappointed and confused by the Caps' decision to trade for Cristobal Huet, who, if you haven't heard, is expected to start in New Jersey tomorrow.

"I have no idea why the Capitals chose to do what they did," Breeze said by phone. "You will have to ask that of Capitals ownership and management. The temptation to comment further is overwhelming. I am constrained, however, from additional comments by my client's professionalism. I sincerely wish I weren't."

"Olie clearly has been, and certainly continues to be, the heart and soul of the Washington Capitals," he added. "Almost single-handedly he has carried that franchise on his broad shoulders for many years. And he has many more years playing at the highest possible level ahead of him."

Breeze declined to comment on Kolzig's future plans, saying that's up to Kolzig to decide.

By Tarik El-Bashir  |  February 28, 2008; 4:27 PM ET
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