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It’s been a rollercoaster stint in Washington for Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth.
Every time he gets an opportunity to seize the No. 1 job, something gets in the way.
Now, his agent is pleading for the Caps to trade his client.
Is Cheveldayoff frustrated with where the Jets are at?
“I’m like everybody, you want the result to be on the positive side of the ledger,” he said. “There have been some positives. You look for more positives. It’s easy to point out the negatives.”
Ovechkin, who after a four-goal outburst Tuesday night is humming along on pace for a career-best 72 goals this season.
One NHL scout in attendance Tuesday night told CSNWashington.com that teams might shy away from Erat because he’s made two trade requests in less than eight months.
“And he didn’t keep it in-house,” the scout said. “That doesn’t look good on him.”
Can we agree the Capitals should not look for anything other than a hard-edged defenseman who can log big minutes alongside Mike Green?
TSN reported a few days ago that the Vancouver Cauncks are interested in Erat. The Canucks’ top four defensemen have no-move clauses, but if there is any way the Caps can pry left-handed Dan Hamhuis away, it would fill a gaping hole.