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Marty Erat had been seeking a trade since November. He'll be back in Washington on Saturday.
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A couple of weeks ago, Capitals defenseman Steve Oleksy had a fresh set of stitches in his lower lip. They're gone now. Taking their place are a couple of scrapes that will probably be followed by a bruise on his right cheek. That's what happens when you take a puck to the face from close range.
Karl Alzner and his fellow players skating in Calgary last week tried to turn up the intensity from typical, informal workouts during the NHL lockout in an attempt to simulate the regular season. They skated hard and pressed on workouts.
Cameron Schilling likes to play it safe. He bought clothes with his first paycheck from the Washington Capitals, and he drives a used Audi.
George McPhee doesn't look like a man in a hurry. The vacancy sign has been up for a Washington Capitals coach for a month now since Dale Hunter's unsurprising departure, but the urgency to make a move before next weekend's NHL draft isn't there.