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Ovechkin led the NHL with 51 goals last season playing mostly on the right, but his plus-minus was minus-35, and the Capitals missed the playoffs for the first time since 2007. "Hes better on the right side a little bit defensively, but his talent is on the left side," Trotz said. "And so if Im going to maximize his talent, I need to get him on the left side. Now if he doesnt want to adjust defensively playing the left side, then well talk about maybe moving him back to the right. "The stuff that he does on the left side, theres no coach on the planet who can teach (it). If hes willing to learn, I can teach him the other stuff." Trotz has more cachet than his predecessors for making such a move. He is Washingtons fifth coach since Ovechkin entered the league in 2005, but hes the first to have head coaching experience in the NHL. Those 15 seasons with the Nashville Predators give him that extra bit of authority. "Its pretty evident he has a lot of experience," goaltender Braden Holtby said. "You can just tell the communication is very clear with what they expect out of us." Trotz made a statement right away, putting the players through a demanding series of conditioning drills that had everyone gassed. "That was one of the harder, if not the hardest, Day 1 Ive had," said 12-year veteran defenceman Brooks Orpik. Trotz said the line pairings for the first three preseason games might appear somewhat random because he wants to establish a "Capitals culture" that has everyone on the same page. Hes also created a leadership group of a half-dozen or so players to keep a close pulse on the locker room. He has said he felt, watching from afar with the Nashville Predators, that Washington was a place where "the inmates were running the asylum," and hes seeking to change that. Forward Troy Brouwer said he understands what Trotz meant. "We have to do what were told to do," Brouwer said. "And whether thats changing a role on the ice, whether thats changing a role off the ice, thats part of what we do. And maybe there hasnt been as much accountability as far as players to go to try and change." Added goaltender Braden Holtby: "Most successful teams follow their coach. Thats why a head coaching job is such a tough job because you need to get everyone to follow you. ... Our team needs to buy in. I think last year was a big eye-opener that we need to get closer as a group, and I think its already started." Last seasons disappointment cost Oates and general manager George McPhee their jobs. Ovechkin realizes that the onus is now on the players. "Its good we didnt get traded," he said with a chuckle. "Right now were on (a) target, and everybody understands that." China Shoes Black Friday . The Blue Jays lost to the New York Yankees 3-1 Tuesday night, their seventh defeat in 10 games. Rasmus was put on the 15-day DL on May 15 because of a sore right hamstring. 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Christian Ehrhoff and Marcus Foligno scored short-handed goals and Ryan Miller was almost flawless in goal as the Sabres ended a five-game skid with a 5-2 victory that snuffed out the Blue Jackets franchise-record winning streak at eight. "It feels good. It feels good to be a spoiler," Foligno said. "The odds were against us, they were on a roll and have been playing pretty well. Their power plays been good -- and we got two goals off of it, which is great." Matt Ellis, Steve Ott and Cody Hodgson also scored for the Sabres, who snapped an 0-3-2 stretch. "Its pretty cool. Theyre one of the hottest teams in the NHL this month," said Hodgson, who also had an assist. "It feels nice to win, it doesnt matter who its against. But its a little extra sweeter (against a good team)." It was a stunning reversal of fortune for both teams. Ehrhoff added two assists, tying a career high with three points as the Sabres won by three goals and scored five times in regulation for the first times all season. "It is disappointing," said Derek MacKenzie, who had a goal and an assist for the Blue Jackets, who blew a chance to take over second place in their division. "You win eight, you want to keep winning." Miller, who was stellar in the first period when the Blue Jackets peppered him with shots, made 38 saves and stood particularly tall on Columbus four fruitless power plays. He benefited from two fluky goals that benched his Columbus counterpart -- reigning Vezina Trophy winner Sergei Bobrovsky. "A couple of those goals, they didnt see. Im not too sure how they got in," Buffalo coach Ted Nolan said. "But the whole game was Ryan Miller. I thought he was sensational again." Bobrovsky, who came in 9-0-0 with a 1.80 goals-against average and .940 save percentage iin his past nine starts, had a forgettable game. Wholesale Shoes Black Friday. The Sabres got on the board first at the 2:21 mark of the opening period when Ellis backhanded the puck -- perhaps just trying to keep it in play off the back boards -- and it eluded a surprised Bobrovsky. After MacKenzie tied it, Columbus went on a power play. But a miscommunication in the defensive zone resulted in the puck bouncing to near the end of the left blue line, where Ehrhoff wandered up and unloaded a hard slap shot. Bobrovsky appeared to see it all the way but missed it with his glove, the puck nestling inside the far top corner. "I was about at the red line," Ehrhoff said after collecting his 300th career point. "They had some problems communicating with their goalie and he made the pass up and I jumped on it and tried to get it on net as hard as I could. It changed directions a few times." The puck seldom left Columbus offensive zone for more than 3 minutes at the outset of the second period. After Buffalos Mike Weber went off for elbowing, another bit of shoddy stickwork resulted in Foligno carrying the puck down the right wing, scissoring to the middle and wristing a shot that Bobrovsky caught but then allowed to trickle into the net. It was the sixth of the season for Foligno -- the younger brother of the Blue Jackets Nick Foligno. Bobrovsky was replaced by Curtis McElhinney, but Miller never let the Blue Jackets back in it -- thoroughly deflating a crowd of 16,272. "I thought we competed hard, but we were sloppy at times," Columbus coach Todd Richards said. "Our power play is minus-2. We were a second slow in our decisions and our playmaking." Notes: Columbus recalled D Cody Goloubef from AHL Springfield to replace David Savard (undisclosed illness) -- but Goloubef had travel difficulties and didnt make it to the game. The Blue Jackets were forced to go with five defencemen. ... Sabres LW Ville Leino sustained an upper-body injury and did not come out for the third period. ' ' '
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