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What’s old is new in Washington as the team has brought in former sweet-handed Capital Adam Oates as the new coach and with him an apparent return to an offensive style that produced much regular season success just a few years ago.

This is a vastly different group, however, from the one Bruce Boudreau unleashed in 2007. One thing does remain: questions between the pipes. Despite his sensational playoff run, is Braden Holtby really ready to be an NHL No. 1?

The Hockey News has the Capitals winning the Southeast division and finishing third in the conference. Why? Ryan Kennedy and Ken Campbell join host Matt Larkin to discuss.

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