Alexander Semin


As part of our summer series previewing the 2014-15 NHL season, 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.


According to multiple reports, former Capital and current Carolina Hurricanes forward Alexander Semin has agreed to play for his hometown team of Sokol Krasnoyarsk, a Tier II feeder team for the Ko


For the next three weeks will take a team-by-team look at the three divisions in the Eastern Conference.