Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Chimera

 Lots of people are pushing panic buttons over the Capitals, but you don't win overnight," said Chimera. "There are learning curves with our kids, but these guys are getting older with more experience. "We probably have the most skill of any team I've been on, but guys know now that skill doesn't always win you games in the playoffs," said Chimera, 32, who was traded to the Capitals by the Columbus Blue Jackets for winger Chris Clark three months into the 2009-10 NHL season.
Chimera, who's in Edmonton this week participating in Perry Pearn's three versus three hockey camp at the Knights of Columbus Twin Arenas, is firmly entrenched as one of Washington's solid role players, on a team loaded with stars. Besides Ovechkin and Green, Washington has centre Nicklas Backstrom and winger Alex Semin in its arsenal.  IMO another stupid trade by Howson!!!

1 comment:

shahanara said...

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