Pass-Fail Marks for Each Olympic-Bound Washington Capital in Sochi

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Pass-Fail Marks for Each Olympic-Bound Washington Capital in Sochi
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The Washington Capitals will be sending three players to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. 

On Jan. 7, Alex Ovechkin (Russia) and Nicklas Backstrom (Sweden) joined John Carlson (USA) as Capitals who received the honor of representing their respective countries at the Olympics, according to CSNWashington.com

What do each of these players have to do in Sochi for their performance to be considered a success?  

To answer that question, here are pass-fail marks for each of the Olympic-bound Washington Capitals in Sochi. The pass-fail marks include offensive statistics, plus/minus rating and penalty minutes, along with the acceptable result for each player's respective national team. 

 

Note: All statistics updated through Jan. 12 courtesy of NHL.com unless noted otherwise. 

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