Capitals general manager George McPhee has a single clear task left this offseason: sign Marcus Johansson.
Seven weeks after Mikhail Grabovski had his contract bought out by the Toronto Maple Leafs, the 29-year-old is eager for a fresh start with the Washington Capitals.
The Capitals have signed forward Mikhail Grabovski to a one-year, $3 million contract in an effort to fill the second line center hole left vacant once again when Mike Ribeiro departed.
Former Toronto forward Mikhail Grabovski remains a free agent, but according to a Belarusian television station ONT, the 29-year-old is close to signing with the Capitals.
Capitals defenseman Karl Alzner does not grab recognition easily.