So much for George McPhee allowing the NHL trade deadline to pass without making some noise.
Back in November, when it became clear to him that he would not be getting top-six minutes with the Capitals, Marty Erat walked into the office of Capitals general manager George McPhee and reques
When the Olympic men’s hockey tournament began on Feb. 12, Marty Erat seemed to be the most likely Capital to go home early.
For a while, it was beginning to look like everyone on the Capitals’ roster would score a goal before Marty Erat.
It’s hard to have a conversation about Olympic hockey without the issue rink size coming into play.