Capitals deny players received steroids

Updated: March 24, 2010, 11:44 AM ET
ESPN.com news services

McLEAN, Va. -- A northern Virginia chiropractor was arrested on drug charges Tuesday after a co-defendant accused him of supplying steroids to members of two Washington-area professional sports teams.

One of the two teams, the National Hockey League's Washington Capitals, acknowledged Tuesday that some of their players had received "routine chiropractic services" from the suspect but denied that any players received steroids.

Douglas O. Nagel, 50, of Reston, was arrested Tuesday morning ...

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