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Topic - Patrick Koudys
On Friday night the Washington Capitals made their biggest impact on the NHL draft by getting out of the first round and picking up a player in Troy Brouwer who can help right away.
"I feel my points this year don't really affect my offensive ability that I have," Koudys said. "That wasn't necessarily my role. I feel next year I'll be able to step in and fill that role and get some more points and then everyone can kinda see my offensive upside that I do believe I have."