That saying "the rich get richer" might very well apply to the Washington Capitals.
Fresh off the team's best playoff run since they went to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1998, the Caps now find themselves in the enviable position of having two picks in the first 20 selections of next week's NHL Draft in Pittsburgh, No. 11 and No. 16 to be exact.
The trade the Caps made with the Colorado Avalanche for Semyon Varlamov certainly looks like it will pay off as the Caps acquired the No. 11 pick with that move.
There are many directions the Caps can go at the draft, but the general consensus seems to have the Caps selecting a defenseman and a right winger. There are, of course, some variations on this, but after reviewing