In terms of pure skill, few players can rival Alexander Semin. It's everything that comes with Semin that's so frustrating.
As part of our summer series previewing the 2014-15 NHL season, CSNwashington.com is analyzing all 30 NHL teams, division by division.
When NHL players from Europe return to North America more than a month before training camp, it's typically an encouraging sign for the players' NHL clubs.
According to multiple reports, Brooks Laich became the third Capitals player to sign with a European team on Tuesday when he agreed to play for the Kloten Flyers of Switzerlands National League A.