Brooks Laich

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When Brooks Laich left his teammates behind at Kettler Capitals Iceplex for a chance to play in Switzerland last month he knew it came at his own risk.

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From the very start of the NHL lockout, Capitals forward Jason Chimera was the backbone of the stay-at-home coalition.

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For the most part, the Capitals who have gone overseas during the NHL lockout have remained injury free.

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In yet another sign that the NHL lockout may be a long one, Capitals center Marcus Johansson has agreed to play for BIK Karlskoga, a second-tier league in Sweden, according to the

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Former Capitals star Peter Bondra has two words of advice for players being locked out in the most recent NHL work stoppage: Just play.

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