Have you ever caught yourself thinking of an old Caps' favorite and wondered, what ever happened to that guy?
Maybe there is nothing to this at all. Or maybe there is some kind of trend.
Either way, Alex Ovechkin is trying to dispel the theory that he’s all shoot and no pass.
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.
After seven seasons, Alexander Semins days as a Washington Capital are over.
Hours after getting his first head coaching job in the NHL, Adam Oates learned he's heading to the Hockey Hall of Fame.