Washington Capitals: 5 Caps Players Who Need to Improve After the All-Star Game

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Washington Capitals: 5 Caps Players Who Need to Improve After the All-Star Game
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At the 2010-11 NHL All-Star Break, the Washington Capitals had played 50 games at a record of 27-14-9 for 63 points, good for seventh in the League, fifth in the Eastern Conference and second in the Southeast Division behind only the Tampa Bay Lightning.

A year later, at the 2011-12 NHL All-Star Break, the Caps have played 48 games at a record of 26-19-3 for 55 points, good for 13th in the League, seventh in the Eastern Conference and first in the Southeast Division.

The Capitals are not nearly as good as the team was a season ago, and it has been in large part due to some bad performances from some key players. Here is a list of five players who need to pick up their game if the Caps are to have a successful playoff run this season. 

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