A look at the highs and lows from Friday's action in the NHL draft in South Florida
And some Capitals notes on Marcus Johansson, Joel Ward, Tim Gleason and John Erskine.
Plus more leftovers from the GM's pre-draft availability in Florida.
Washington isn't interested in drafting by need.
The Capitals aren't interested in returning Green, agent Craig Oster said, while there have been "very limited discussions" with Fehr.
The Capitals' general manager offered little during a pre-draft teleconference, except to say that they don't feel out on any pending free agent.
It's 82 games, as always.
Price swept the MVP honors, while Ovechkin accepted his fifth career Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy as the NHL's leading goal-scorer.
Washington's Oct. 10 date with the Devils at Verizon Center will also be its season-opener.
Ovechkin has also been nominated as a finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award, another MVP honor voted upon by the players.