Found June 09, 2012 on Rock the Red:
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Ever since Dale Hunter stepped down as the head coach of the Washington Capitals on May 14, everyone has had their say over who should be the next head coach of the Capitals.  I published a list of qualities SEEN HERE, but I did not name a single guy. That’s because I don’t think there is one man that I think can lead the Capitals to the Promised Land.  There are a few out there with potential in my mind. Marc Crawford, who won the Stanley Cup with Colorado in the late 1990s, is one.  Craig MacTavish, who last coached the Oilers in their miracle run to the 2006 Stanley Cup Final, is another.  Mike Sullivan, a current assistant to John Tortorella with the Rangers, is a third. But late Thursday, TSN’s Bob McKenzie, while enjoying some $17.95 in-flight internet, responded to a question about the Caps’ coaching search by Adam Vingan of “Do not seem to be in a hurry,” McKenize tweeted.  “Asst Dean Evason will get a look.” Um, no. Look, I have no...

Offseason Evaluation: Dennis Wideman

As the 2011-12 season has come to a close, the time has come to evaluate what it meant for the Capitals, both as a team and as individuals.  As such, as the summer progresses, I will be writing a report card, or individual evaluation, for each player who played in 9 (~10%) of the team's games, or 4 playoff games. Next up is defenseman Dennis Wideman, who finished his second...
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