The Most Disappointing Washington Capitals so Far in 2013-14

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The Most Disappointing Washington Capitals so Far in 2013-14
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Despite some brief stretches of brilliance, the Washington Capitals' 2013-14 campaign has seen the team turn in a rather inconsistent effort over the course of the season's first 28 games. 

Obviously, Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom, John Carlson, Jason Chimera and Joel Ward have all enjoyed particularly strong starts, but at the same time, a number of key players have struggled to make an impact on a nightly basis. 

There's too much talent on the roster for Adam Oates' squad to hover around .500, and there are some highly paid cogs that need to do more as the season wears on. 

With more than a third of Caps' schedule in the books, here's a look at which Capitals have disappointed the most thus far.

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