Michal Neuvirth

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We all knew the NHL lockout would create some serious friction between the league’s owners and players.

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When Mathieu Perreault decided to become the latest Capital to work overseas, was it because he wants a three-week tuneup before returning to Washington for an abbreviated season?

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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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The number of Capitals playing professionally in other leagues reached five over the weekend when forward Wojtek Wolski signed to play with Ciarko PBS Bank KH Sanok of the Polish League.

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