Power Ranking the Washington Capitals Players by Importance

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Power Ranking the Washington Capitals Players by Importance
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The lockout-shortened 2013 NHL season is officially in its second half, and the Washington Capitals have a lot of ground to make up if the team is to avoid missing the postseason for the first time since 2006-07. 

The Caps, who started the season on a 2-9 run, dug themselves a pretty sizable hole to start the season, and despite managing to win eight out of their next 10 games, this weekend's losses to both New York clubs have left the team three games under .500 with a record of 10-13-1. 

Thus far, virtually every player has been a disappointment at times, and if Washington plans on avoiding the draft lottery this spring, the team's studs at every position have to be better. 

Heading into the second half of the season, here's a look at where every Capitals regular ranks in terms of importance to the team. 

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