Earlier Saturday, Boudreau explained that he was starting Vokoun in Vancouver because he had allowed two goals or fewer in seven straight games — and because he didn’t want to throw Neuvirth in right away.
There was some disagreement in the visiting locker room as far as the effectiveness of the change, with Mike Knuble pointing out that the Caps rebounded in the second and “turned it into a 20-minute game” before the Canucks steamrolled them.
But Wideman, asked about how he felt the team responded, was frank in his evaluation.
“We gave up a lot more goals,” he said.
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