The Caps got some welcome news Tuesday as Evgeny Kuznetsov practiced fully, showing no ill-effects of the injury he suffered in Florida. Kuznetsov left Thursday’s 4-2 victory at BB&T Center in the third period after suffering what appeared to be a left leg strain of some sort. The-25-year-old first line center did not go into specifics about the injury, but he took his normal spot in the lineup—between Alex Ovechkin and Tom Wilson—and afterward confirmed that he’s ready to suit up against the Flyers on Wednesday night. “I feel good,” Kuznetsov said. “I can’t really say much about [the injury] last game. But overall, it feels pretty good today.” He added: “It’s the magic hands of our trainers. They did a great job. It’s nothing serious; it’s just little things.”