With lefties Roman Hamrlik, Jeff Schultz and John Erskine thinking defense first and righties Mike Green and Dennis Wideman adding some offense, the mix seems good. Green and Wideman also can star at the point on the power play, something that could help a much-maligned area for the Caps.
“Hamrlik, too. Hamrlik’s good on the point, too - and Carlson,” Wideman pointed out. “When you have depth like that, then you can go hard for 50 seconds and then change. I think it’ll make our power play that much better.”
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