This brings us to the Capitals, who if it weren’t for Ovechkin, Backstrom and Semin continuing their All Star caliber offensive play, they would be flat on their backs in the wake of needing solid goaltending. Semyon Varlamov who? Michael Neuvirth who? Their cage has holes in it, and one would expect better from such an offensive minded powerhouse. Right now, they are weak, and again, line them up in a series with the B’s, and similarly to the Lighting, they can only hope to take two at best, on the sole skates of their offense.

“The vegetation had hidden this old railroad gem for decades,” she said. “Vegetation was professionally treated this past spring to eliminate the new growth of weeds and saplings.”She said trail member Val Dzwonczyk, a retired engineer, is completing a feasibility study and cost estimate to redeck the turntable track, add handrails, spread stone around the perimeter and place benches and an historic sign at the site.Henry said members Al and Anita Smith have started clearing the site of the coaling tower near Redbank Creek, less than 2 miles downstream.Trail improvements are underway from Lock and Dam 9 to Phillipston. A segment of the trail is being shifted to bring riders and walkers closer to the turntable site.The Armstrong Rails to Trails Association is seeking funds to complete the turntable and coaling tower projects.

The Jets are attempting to refocus in 2012 as they will go with a new coach as Tony Sparano takes over the offence. Sparano will look to Mark Sanchez to lead the team again this year as Tim Tebow will likely only make appearances in specific packages. Sanchez has had some bright moments but has seen much more bad moments with too many interceptions.

23(23)Green Bay PackersBryan BulagaOTIowaWhat he brings: I have a feeling this draft will go down as the offensive linemen draft, and will be remembered in 20 years as producing the most allpro linemen of any draft. The deck was stacked full of talented dudes, and this is another one. Packers get better with this pick.

In these handout photos released by the NFL and taken in February 2011, top NFL Draft prospects are shown at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. They are, top row from left: Tyler Sash, FS, Iowa; Da’Norris Searcy, FS, North Carolina; Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh; Kelvin Sheppard, LB, LSU; Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State; Anthony Sherman, FB, Connecticut. Bottom row, from left: Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri; Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado; Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland; Tyron Smith, OT, Southern California; Nate Solder, OT, Colorado; Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa.