Alexander Semin finished his career in Washington with 197 goals, fifth on the clubs all-time list behind Peter Bondra 472, Mike Gartner 397, Alex Ovechkin 339 and Mike Ridley 218.
Turns out Alex Semin and his agent were serious about cashing in on the free agent market.
During his playing days, former Capitals defenseman Al Iafrate was a loose cannon on and off the ice.
The Capitals signed another free agent on Saturday when they inked center Ryan Stoa to a one-year, two-way contract.
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