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Neuvirth Returning to U.S.

As some of you may have seen late last night, Tim Leone at The Patriot News reported that Michal Neuvirth's contract has fallen through and that he'll be returning to the United States. He's scheduled to return to South Carolina and the ECHL.

Tarik's en route to this morning's practice at Kettler and he'll have more from there.

By Katie Carrera  |  November 2, 2008; 10:43 AM ET
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Posted by: washingtoncapitals | November 2, 2008 10:47 AM | Report abuse

from prev post:

Here we go... everyone is crying again.

We are still in good shape in the standings. Until we are last in the SE Division or at the bottom of the barrel, then I will not be worried. Most goalies are having a hard time this year. Look at Turco, Biron, and even Kippy. Those are supposed to be the best goalies in the league and they are playing like backups.
As for Semin's comments - good for him... I want him to start talking and good for him to call out Crosby. Maybe that will get people to start thinking. I was reading some of the comments that were made about Semin's comments and the majority of the people agreed.

The Caps will be just fine. Not sure about the Ottowa game though - The Sens are going to be pissed that we swept them last year and the Caps should be pissed that they got worked. So, it should be an interesting game.

I dont know what it is about the Sabres and why we cant beat them. That is how it was with the Pens and we beat them already this year, so who knows... maybe we have to think baby steps with this team and the Sabres. You Sabre fans that are coming here - didn't you all just lose 3 straight?

We are 10 games into the season, plenty of hockey left. We still really haven't been playing teams in our division, so that should get us some wins there.

No point in crying over spilled milk. Find the problem, fix it, and play good hockey with intesity. Last night, they did not play with intensity... not going to win games like that. I can't blame JT, if we can't score a goal, we aint going to win.

Posted by: _828 | November 2, 2008 10:49 AM | Report abuse

Damnit I posted this on the last thread and Tarik starts a new one at the same time. :)

The Month of October has been our best start in 11 years. In case you all dont remember that 11 years ago was the year we went to the Stanley Cup Finals....So lets just relax and enjoy the rest of the season.

Posted by: washingtoncapitals | November 2, 2008 10:51 AM | Report abuse

Josie just sucks pure and simple and anyone who says we would be better of with WhoEh has obviously not been watching the Hawks games. WhoEh has been the backup this year for good reason, he has sucked. The only good part of this is that ChiTown has an extra year to regret their choice. Play Josie until Jan, then bring up Varlemov and see how he does. I don't believe the players have much faith in the bow legged goalie right now, but the team will win in spite of him as they have done so far until Jan.

Posted by: majiksea | November 2, 2008 10:52 AM | Report abuse

good shape in the standings? 11th even behind the leafs if thats good i dont want to hear what u think bad is
we need to stay out of the newspapers and do our work in the corners
make a trade backstom , kozlov clark and any d man for a goalie and free up some space so people who deserve a shot in hershey can be brought up

Posted by: wendel2 | November 2, 2008 11:14 AM | Report abuse

"So lets just relax and enjoy the rest of the season.

Posted by: washingtoncapitals | November 2, 2008 10:51 AM
I agree with you and all, but THAT plea in THIS room? Sometimes I want a pony when I dream.

Posted by: Section117 | November 2, 2008 11:39 AM | Report abuse

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