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As the Stanley Cup championship banner climbed toward the rafters on a raucous opening night, Gary Bettman allowed himself a brief smile. On this night, at least, he looked every bit the man in complete command of his sport, instead of the accidental commissioner he's sometimes portrayed as.
"I'd like to throw the regular season out and think of it as scoring 20 goals last year," Chimera said with a smile. "I've played pretty consistent over my career. Guys have down years, so hopefully that was my down year and it's out of the way."
Nationals Park, RFK Stadium and FedEx Field are the candidates to host the Winter Classic when the NHL's annual New Year's Day outdoor game comes to the nation's capital in 2015.
Sometime over the next 10 days, before they open their season against the Blackhawks in Chicago, the Caps have some things to figure out in regard to Tom Wilson.
The D.C. area has several potential sites to host the game, including Nationals Park, RFK Stadium and FedEx Field.
A person familiar with the situation says the Winter Classic is coming to Washington in 2015.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is a year removed from canceling preseason games in the early stages of the league's lockout of its players.
Tim Thomas wanted back in the NHL. The Florida Panthers wanted goaltending help.
Laich is dealing with a problem in his left hip that first flared up a week ago when he skated at Kettler Iceplex after returning from his offseason home in Saskatchewan. He calls himself day-to-day.