Big deal, Curtis. Anyone can point at an Edmonton goalie.
The deadline isn’t until Monday afternoon, but the Washington Capitals might already be done. After acquiring Tim Gleason and Curtis Glencross, the Caps current roster might be the same one we see in the postseason. Or maybe not.
Tonight’s game, at home against the Maple Leafs, is the organization’s last chance to evaluate their players before all sales are final. 7 PM on CSN.
|Team||Record||Possession||PDO||Power Play||Penalty Kill|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||25-32-5||46.4%||100.0||18.5%||82.0%|
These are the lines from yesterday, with Gleason in Hillen’s spot.
Ovechkin – Backstrom – Johansson
Burakovsky – Kuznetsov – Brouwer
Chimera – Fehr – Ward
Laich – Latta – Wilson
Orpik – Carlson
Alzner – Niskanen
Gleason – Green
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Here we go.
I think things are gonna work out just fine for Rick and the gang!
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