Capitals Built Team, Expectations and Now Must Deliver with What They Have

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Capitals Built Team, Expectations and Now Must Deliver with What They Have
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Eric Fehr re-watched tape of the move he made in overtime Tuesday night against the Boston Bruins — taking a pass near the blue line, tapping the puck ahead to himself, splitting two defenders, then winning a game the Washington Capitals needed to win — and smiled. “A great feeling,” he said. It reminded him of someone he once knew: himself. “That’s kind of the way I was playing when the team drafted me,” Fehr said Wednesday, almost a decade after he was drafted. “I grew up scoring goals. That’s what I did.”

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