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Respect, trust and a hot Ovi have Caps back on top

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WASHINGTON (AP) — It seemed like a risky move. A first-time NHL head coach was going to try to persuade a two-time league MVP to take up a new position. But something had to be done. Alex Ovechkin's recent numbers made him look like a stock gone bad, a valid analogy considering the Capitals aren't paying him nearly $10 million annually through the rest of this decade to be decent offensive...

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