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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.
Jeff Halpern's happy to be back in training camp with his hometown Capitals, but that wasn't anywhere near his mind when he got to the rink. He and his teammates knew what was coming: a grueling, timed conditioning test on the first day of training camp.
Roman Hamrlik has been through this once or twice or 18 times before. The 38-year-old defenseman is used to training camp from his long NHL career.
George McPhee's offseason additions to the Washington Capitals have been hailed by many around the league and just about everybody within the organization. It's tough to discount - at least on paper - that bringing in players such as Troy Brouwer and Joel Ward add something substantial.
When Garrett Haar was 3 years old, his parents asked him which sport he'd like to play — football, lacrosse or hockey. He doesn't remember the conversation or agreeing to take the path that included a set of skates, but that's how his hockey career started.
Usually how well a team performs in free agency is a matter of debate. Naturally, people around hockey value acquisitions and contracts differently.
With his team's prospects off the ice Saturday afternoon and the Zamboni ready to smooth over the ice at Kettler Capitals Iceplex, George McPhee took a deep breath.
Washington Capitals development camp is hockey in July — a chance for prospects to learn and to impress coaches, scouts and members of the front office. Saturday's scrimmage was the final chance to do that.