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Topic - Bob Mckenzie
"The more important thing is that Bruce Boudreau and the Washington Capitals are finally laying down the hammer here and sending a message to the rest of the players: We'll do it to Ovechkin; we'll do it to you," McKenzie said. "Change the culture."
On TSN in Canada, analyst Bob McKenzie said there are two stories – one about Ovechkin's game, which is "obviously not where it needs to be," and another about accountability, which the Caps have preached since the summer.