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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Cody Mcleod
Matt Hendricks tried to make the most of his return to Colorado and return to the Washington Capitals lineup. The gritty forward who began his NHL career with the Avalanche missed four straight games with a knee injury before getting back on the ice Saturday night.
There were plenty of things the Washington Capitals could worry about going into Saturday night's game, from the Colorado Avalanche's young speed to leading scorer Ryan O'Reilly and impressive rookie Gabriel Landeskog. Fluky goals against and winger Cody McLeod didn't figure to be high on the list of priorities.
But McLeod said the two old buddies hung out Friday night.
We drew that penalty and he was yelling at me,” McLeod said.