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Last week, Bruce Boudreau laughed off the question when asked if Alex Ovechkin and Jason Arnott would return to the Capitals lineup in the same game. He talked about the end of this week as a possibility. But it seems that the time is now — for both Ovechkin and Arnott.
The Capitals went into Bell Centre on Saturday night and took care of the Canadiens with one of their best recent performances. And they did so without Alex Ovechkin, Mike Green and Jason Arnott.
With the trade deadline approaching at 3 p.m. EST, the Washington Capitals made a move Monday afternoon to bolster their playoff chances by picking up veteran defenseman Dennis Wideman from the Florida Panthers.