Washington Capitals' Biggest Underachievers So Far in 2013-14

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Washington Capitals' Biggest Underachievers So Far in 2013-14
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With the 2013-14 campaign nearly at the quarter pole already, the Washington Capitals still haven't truly given us an accurate depiction of what kind of team they really are. 

Sure, Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom, John Carlson Mike Green and Marcus Johansson have generally looked like the the difference-makers that they're paid to be, and that's why Washington sits in a playoff spot through the team's first 19 games.

However, beyond them are a number of respected veterans who have not lived up to expectations, and until they do, the team will not fully meet its potential as a unit.

Though it's still pretty early in the season, here's a look at which members of the Capitals have underachieved thus far.

 

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