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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Nathan Walker
An undrafted free agent, Walker probably has more work to do than most, but Caps coach Adam Oates has taken notice of the 19-year-old from Sydney.
"I'm probably not the biggest guy on the ice," said Walker, who is generously listed at 5 feet 10 inches tall, 185 pounds on the rookie camp roster. "But I feel like I'm always working hard, trying to win as many battles as I can — even against a guy who is 6-8."
"If Alex Ovechkin walked down the street, I don't think anybody would recognize him," Nathan Walker said. "The game isn't very popular at all. Cricket, rugby, some soccer. Those are the three main sports. There's only a handful who play hockey."