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Topic - Rod Langway
Capitals followers of a certain age no doubt remember Bobby Carpenter, the Sports Illustrated cover boy who came to the Caps with the third overall pick in the 1981 entry draft. His daughter Alex scored twice for Team USA on Monday.
When Dale Hunter took the job as Washington Capitals coach in November, former teammates made it clear that he wasn't a player who would throw fits in the locker room to fire teams up.
There are times in a game when Karl Alzner knows he made a mistake. It's likely no one else in the arena notices — not even on his own bench.
"He learned enough about the game, about how to hang in there and he ended up with a Stanley Cup," Langway said. "You can't complain about that."
"Mike Gartner was also in Washington when we got there and he was one of the fasted players in the world," Langway said.