Washington Capitals' 5 Biggest Questions in Final Month of 2013-14 Season

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Washington Capitals' 5 Biggest Questions in Final Month of 2013-14 Season
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Generally speaking, the Washington Capitals have been arguably the NHL's most dominant post-deadline team over the course of the last decade, which has been a big reason why this club has been to the postseason in six consecutive years.

As The Hockey News' Josh Elliott wrote earlier this week, the Caps have put together a handful of very impressive runs during the most important stretch of the regular-season schedule, and they'll need one more to climb into a playoff spot in 2013-14.

Adam Oates' squad is clearly in a much more difficult division than what they're accustomed to, but there's more than enough talent on this roster to bring playoff hockey back to D.C. for a seventh consecutive spring. 

Given that the Caps have been wildly inconsistent thus far, there are a lot of moving pieces in play in order for this to happen, so here's a look at Washington's biggest questions heading into the final month of the 2013-14 campaign.

 

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