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The Canucks are sending new center Steven Reinprecht to Chicago of the American Hockey League just two days after acquiring him in a big trade with the Florida Panthers.
The Vancouver Canucks acquired left wing David Booth, center Steve Reinprecht and a third-round draft pick in 2013 from the Florida Panthers on Saturday for veteran forwards Marco Sturm and Mikael Samuelsson.
Tomas Vokoun's first shutout with the Capitals was quite unlike the six he had last season with the Florida Panthers — the team he and his Washington teammates beat Tuesday night.
It's no secret that coach Bruce Boudreau likes to juggle his lines. Even newcomers such as Troy Brouwer are well-aware of his reputation to shake things up, early and often.
Bruce Boudreau didn't really want to talk about it. He and the Capitals were one win away from the first five-game winning streak to start the season in the 37-season history of the franchise.
It was a simple question asked of Nashville Predators coach Barry Trotz, who had Tomas Vokoun as a goaltender for eight seasons: Did facing a ton of shots take a toll?
Tomas Vokoun is not a loser.
Training camp is barely a couple of days old, so the line combinations that Bruce Boudreau throws out there for the Washington Capitals aren't set.
Matt Bradley spent six seasons with the Washington Capitals and was considered one of the top so-called "character" guys in the locker room. His laid-back attitude with teammates and up-front nature with members of the media made him popular behind the scenes, while his toughness on the ice ingratiated him to fans.