Capitals excel when receiving contributions from defensemen
After the Capitals' 3-2 win over the Blues Thursday, it was discovered that Scott Hannan's goal was the first by a Washington blue liner since John Carlson scored on Jan. 16 against Ottawa 18 games earlier.
Like most every aspect of the Capitals' offense this season, the number of goals added by the defensemen is down, but when Washington does get that goal chipped in from the blueline, regardless whether it's from Mike Green, Carlson or John Erskine, it is an impressive 14-1-2.
--From the Post's opinion pages: Is it time for Ted Leonsis to take back the two luxury suites at Verizon Center that the late Abe Polin gave to the D.C. Council and mayor?
--In his latest for Puck Daddy, Justin Bourne explains why hockey players don't have time to bleed.
--NBC's David Gregory unleashes the fury.
--An RMNB look at the Capitals' improved penalty killing.
--Japers' Rink has a translation of Slava Malamud's latest for Sport-Express, an interview with Andrei Nazarov of the Russian national team.
--Have the Capitals lost their mental edge? [The Sporting News]
| March 6, 2011; 8:32 AM ET
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