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Pens, Caps losses make East wide open

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A handful of Pittsburgh Penguins players whose names are on the Stanley Cup, some of them twice or even three times, are gone.

The same goes for core players from the back-to-back Presidents' Trophy winning Washington Capitals.

The goliaths of the East haven't fallen apart, but maybe they've lost just enough to make the conference winnable for just about anyone. Pittsburgh no longer has forwards Nick Bonino, Chris Kunitz and Matt Cullen, defensemen Trevor Daley or goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury. Washington couldn't afford to keep Justin Williams, Karl Alzner and Kevin Shattenkirk.

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3 P. Kane, Chi893455
4 N. Backstrom, Was862363
5 N. Kucherov, TB854045
6 B. Marchand, Bos853946
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2 B. Holtby, Was2.07
3 J. Howard, Det2.10
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5 J. Gibson, Anh2.22
6 C. Price, Mon2.23
7 T. Rask, Bos2.23
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