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Steve Whyno covers the Washington Capitals for The Washington Times.
There are still a few days until Caps lineup is set.
Capitals forward might get a 'trim.'
Coach Bruce Boudreau explains why Ovechkin-Backstrom-Knuble is likely his top line.
Marcus Johansson playing in Alex Ovechkin's spot.
This time around, Caps forward seeks consistency on and off the ice.
Plus, Mathieu Perreault has to get a haircut and fourth-liners get nicked up.
Young defenseman provided more risk than reward at this stage.
Capitals captain not 'doing a whole lot of smiling,' his coach says.
Mathieu Perreault leap-frogs Swedish center at practice.
Mathieu Perreault centering second line.
Competition for opening night roster spot is over.
Russian defenseman has been biggest surprise of preseason.
Bruce Boudreau calls him the best player in camp.
Preseason stats don't add up, but No. 1 is not up for debate.
Bruce Boudreau says ex-Blackhawks forward should be with Alex Ovechkin for season opener.
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