Braden Holtby is in and Alex Semin is out.
Holtby led the Capitals onto the ice for warmups tonight in Philadelphia, a sure sign hell get his second consecutive start between the pipes.
The only good thing to come out of Sunday nights 5-2 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks was the news that followed about an hour later while the Capitals were boarding their charter flight for Detroit,
The whispers began last season when Alex Ovechkin finished with career lows in goals (32) and points (85).
News and notes as the Capitals prepare for their 1 p.m. puck drop in Bostons TD Garden:
Since he arrived as head coach of the Capitals on Nov. 28, Dale Hunter has been waiting for one of his goalies to nail down the No. 1 job between the pipes.