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Washington Capitals Under Fire For Steroids

April 22, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NHL

David Epstein of Sports Illustrated is questioning the NHL’s ‘thorough investigation’ of the recent Washington Capitals steroid accusations.

The Washington Capitals and the NHL both say that no players on the Caps have any connection to steroids, but Sports Illustrated isn't buying it (katchop)

The Washington Capitals and the NHL both say that no players on the Caps have any connection to steroids, but Sports Illustrated isn't buying it (katchop)

From Sports Illustrated

On the day of Nagel’s arrest NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly issued a statement: “Based on the investigation we have done and the information we have, there is no evidence that Dr. Nagel ever supplied (or even offered to supply) performance enhancing drugs to any current or past member of the Washington Capitals.” The Capitals issued a statement as well: “This has been a thorough investigation, and we are satisfied that law enforcement, the NHL and our own internal investigation have not led to any link of steroid use by Capitals players.”

However, according to an April 7 e-mail from Ian Floyd of the Polk County Sheriff’s Tactical Drug Unit to Judd (his boss), there are serious questions about the investigations conducted by the NHL and the Capitals. “I called and spoke with [NHL executive vice president of security] Dennis Cunningham today in reference to the official statements made by the Washington Capitals and NHL regarding the ‘thorough investigation,’” reads the e-mail, which Judd allowed SI to review. “Mr. Cunningham admitted that contrary to the below issued statements, no investigation was ever conducted into Dr. Nagel and his ties to steroids and Capitals players by anyone with the NHL.”

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