Washington Capitals: 3 Areas the Caps Could Still Improve This Summer

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Washington Capitals: 3 Areas the Caps Could Still Improve This Summer
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Considering the length of the Washington Capitals' to-do list this summer, the Caps have had a very strong offseason. They hired Adam Oates to be head coach, drafted Filip Forsberg in what could become the steal of the 2012 draft and re-signed Mike Green to a three-year contract.

But there are still areas that need to be improved if Washington want to be contenders this season.

Fortunately, there are still a number of available free agents Caps General Manager George McPhee could sign to improve his team.

Per Capgeek, the Caps only have 44 (out of a possible 50) players under contract and $10,572,095 worth of available salary cap space.

Here are three areas of the team the Caps could still improve. 

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