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by George Malik on 01/30/07 at 08:34 AM ET
from the Washington Post:
Washington Capitals winger Richard Zednik has received medical clearance to resume playing and is expected to be in the lineup Thursday against the Panthers in Florida, the second stop on a three-game road trip that begins tonight against the Ottawa Senators.
His return from an abdominal injury that caused him to miss 24 games comes at a critical time for the player and his team. With the NHL’s trade deadline four weeks away, Zednik figures to attract interest from clubs seeking to add an offensive threat for a run in the Stanley Cup playoffs. The only problem is Capitals General Manager George McPhee isn’t ready to declare whether he’ll be buying or selling—yet.
As a UFA-to-be who put up 20-30 goals before the lockout, Zednik would provide an affordable option for those non-Forsberg-buyers out there.
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