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  • "You can try to replicate that in practice, but until you get into a game and you see what your linemates and teammates do under pressure and in a game situation -- obviously that's beneficial," forward Joey Crabb said. "It was nice to get out there with some shifts with some guys that we might be playing with."

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  • "Obviously we're frustrated, and yeah, we're a little concerned," said right wing Joey Crabb, who scored the Caps' lone goal. "But nothing like hitting the panic button where we don't think we can come out of it."

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