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Topic - Mike Stapleton
Twenty-eight regular-season games with the Caps complete, Oleksy will play his first in the Stanley Cup playoffs this week against the New York Rangers. It's fair to say no one saw this coming.
"It's quite a story," said ex-NHL forward Mike Stapleton, who coached Oleksy in the North American Hockey League. "You can tell kids that think that the light of the day is not going to show for them, and you can tell them about Stevie's story."
"He got better and better in the minors and ... he got rewarded with Hershey," Stapleton said.