Found May 28, 2013 on Rock the Red:
Can Crabb fight off a poor year to land in the NHL again? (Zimbio) As the Washington Capitals’ 2013 season has come to a close, and many words have been written about the team as a whole, it’s now time to look at this club at an individual level.  As such, we will be taking a look at each player who played a significant role on the club this season and what they could bring in the future.  First up is winger Joey Crabb. (V.v.V.) Season Summary: Crabb, like Jeff Schultz, played pretty much nightly up until the middle of March, after which he did not play another game.  Seeing almost exclusively fourth line minutes, the former Toronto Maple Leaf scored two goals in his 26 games while posting a -11.35 corsi and -11.2 corsi rel, both of which were the worst on the club among forwards.  Crabb played physical hockey but really only saw his ice time early in games and was seldom used outside of regular fourth-line duty, unlike fellow grinders such as Matt Hendricks and Jay Beagle. ...

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