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Topic - Andrei Markov
Not everyone will switch to the Kevlar socks, but when Caps players showed up for work Wednesday, they were greeted with a box of them and a note from general manager George McPhee encouraging them to try them out in practice.
Hockey is life in Montreal. When the Canadiens are playing well, it might be the best hockey city in the world. But when things get bad, the scrutiny can be suffocating and bilingual.
The prospect of defensemen Mike Green and Dennis Wideman in the lineup and on the power play left the Capitals salivating. In theory, it was a dangerous combination, and in game action the duo proved to be all that and more.
The Montreal Canadiens signed defenseman Chris Campoli to a one-year, $1.75 million contract on Monday.