QUESTION FOR YOU: How many Top 6 forwards do the Caps have?
It’s no secret that the 2012-13 Washington Capitals have holes to fill at wing on their top two lines. After going without a legitimate second line center for several years, the Caps’ June 2012 acquisition of Mike Ribeiro from the Dallas Stars appears to have solved that problem at least through the end of this season, when Ribeiro’s contract is set to expire. But after Ribeiro, Nicklas Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin, the “Top 6” talent on the Caps’ 2012-13 roster drops off substantially.
Here’s the question for you, the readers: How many Top 6 forwards do you feel the Caps have on the team right now? Tell us in the comments below or via Twitter (we’ll paste some of your tweets into this post) how many you think the Caps have and who those players are. Your answer does not have to be a whole number. For example, I might score the team at a 3.5 right now:
— Mike Holden (@mikeholden) February 18, 2013
Posted on February 18, 2013, in Washington Capitals and tagged Alexander Ovechkin, hockey, Mike Ribeiro, National Hockey League, NHL, Nicklas Backstrom, Top 6 forwards, Washington Capitals. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.