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New Capitals owner Ted Leonsis, left, is trying to rebuild a franchise that missed the playoffs last season and make recognizable figures out of stars Peter Bondra, bottom left, and goaltender Olaf Kolzig. (Photo Montage by Margaret Magee - WPNI)

Caps Prepare for Opening Pitch
Less than two years removed from the Stanley Cup finals, Washington Capitals owners Ted Leonsis and Jon Ledecky vow to raise the profiles of their star players and develop brand name recognition of the team.

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Brett Hull's controversial goal in triple overtime (pictured) gave the Dallas Stars a 2-1 victory and the franchise's first Stanley Cup as they defeated the Buffalo Sabres, 4-2, in the best-of-seven series. Joe Nieuwendyk won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

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