Found January 30, 2012 on Washington Times:
OTTAWA — Coming out of the NHL All-Star break, the Washington Capitals should be rested and refreshed. All-Star defenseman Dennis Wideman and call-ups Cody Eakin and Joel Rechlicz were the only ones playing over the past several days, with players taking various trips to recharge for the final 34 regular-season ...

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