Thursday, June 11, 2009

The Caps had a pretty good 2004 draft...

From Hockey's Future:
The 2004 NHL Entry Draft was a turning point for the Capitals organization. After gaining the first overall pick in the lottery, the Capitals selected franchise winger Alex Ovechkin to build their young team around. But the draft wasn't just top heavy for the Caps, as there are two more players with significant game experience and three beyond that with cups of coffee at the NHL level.

The Capitals had the second highest game-per-pick yield from their 2004 class, at 59 games.


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