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Still reeling from the mind-boggling Game Seven loss to the Montreal Canadiens, the Washington Capitals have a long offseason ahead of them. The most valuable thing the team and management can take from this season is this: The team's on-ice product is the most entertaining in the league, but changes need to be made if a championship parade is to take place in D.C. The Caps offense is an absolute juggernaut, with four of the game's best offensive talents ready to strike at any time. However, what the playoffs showed is that offense is only part of the formula for winning postseason games. The Canadiens simply played a smarter, defensive game that tired Washington out, and Montreal capitalized on their opportunities. While Washington probably still deserved to win the series, the fact that ...

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