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While Mia Hamm was leading the U.S. women's soccer team to Olympic gold, her brother Garrett sat quietly in the stands. After fighting a rare blood disorder called aplastic anemia for nearly 12 years, his health was worsening and doctors advised him to stay at home for the 1996 Olympic Games.
Just like any other year, the Washington Capitals' front office made a list of prospects for NHL draft and checked it twice.
General manager George McPhee "can't talk enough" about how well the Washington Capitals have drafted in recent years.
Of all the nights for officials to become part of the story, Bruce Boudreau and the Washington Capitals didn't want it to be this one.
Adversity has marked this season for the Washington Capitals, from an eight-game skid in December through a system change that eventually paved the way for winning hockey.
John Carlson was a mainstay for the Capitals during the regular season. In fact, the rookie defenseman was one of just three players to appear in all 82 games.
Right wing Mike Knuble is back on the ice for the Washington Capitals in Game 2 against the Tampa Bay Lightning after missing three consecutive playoff games.
Karl Alzner's prolific playoff beard belies his 22 years of age and first real opportunity to be a No. 1 defenseman in the NHL. But wisdom derived from childhood taught him a very important lesson that he and Capitals defense partner John Carlson are putting into practice.
A puzzling decision to let Eagles linebacker Stewart Bradley back into the season opener led to significant improvement in the detection and treatment of concussions during the rest of the 2010 season, a key NFL medical consultant said Monday.