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Steve Whyno covers the Washington Capitals for The Washington Times.
Instant chemistry for grinding 30-somethings?
Mathieu Perreault is a healthy scratch.
Let the games begin.
Right wing didn't aggravate same area he had surgery on; he may or may not play Friday night.
Caps defenseman skates and reports progress.
Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau says last season's performance is reason.
Looks likely that right wing will be in lineup vs. Hurricanes.
Even coach Bruce Boudreau is happy it's not his call.
Capitals teammates got more fired up by Penguins tough guy, he says.
Capitals forward feels 'great' weeks after concussion.
Bruce Boudreau mixes up lines again.
Amid talk of accountability, veterans say leash on superstars is naturally longer.
Capitals have 30 days from his clearing to send him to Hershey, though it doesn't appear likely.
Defenseman makes season debut and doesn't 'miss a beat.'
Capitals defenseman can't stay on ice for more than 10 minutes.
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