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Thanks to the biggest goal of Julien Brouillette's life, the Capitals head into the Olympic break one point out of the playoffs.
While five of their teammates compete at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, the rest of the Capitals will spend 10 days resting, recovering and preparing for what should be a fierce fight for a Stanley Cup playoff spot.
Lord Stanley is receiving a warm welcome in Sochi.
When the puck drops at the Sochi Games, friends will become foes.
Julien Brouillette won't be joining his five Washington Capitals teammates who are on their way to play Olympic hockey in Sochi. He did, however, help send them off on a winning note.
News and notes as the Capitals [26-23-9, 61 points] butt helmets with the New Jersey Devils [24-21-13, 61 points] tonight at VerizonCenter [8 p.m., CSN]:
The Columbus Blue Jackets reassigned defensemen Cody Goloubef and Tim Erixon to their American Hockey League affiliate in Springfield, Mass., on Saturday
Caps may not make any moves at the deadline, but could still gain key player for the Spring.
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