Capitals' New Coaching Staff Can Build on Chemistry

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Capitals' New Coaching Staff Can Build on Chemistry
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Navigating a shortened 2012-13 season should prove challenging for every NHL coaching staff. That's especially true for a Washington Capitals staff built from scratch when Adam Oates was named the team's coach in June. Short on experience, Washington's coaches have been working to build on the chemistry they established 15 years ago during the most historic playoff run in franchise history.

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