All 46 players at the Capitals' development camp have a story to tell and Stan Galiev is no different.
When the Capitals took Thomas Di Pauli with the 100th pick overall of the NHL draft on Saturday in Pittsburgh, they knew they were getting a two-way center with a tireless work ethic.
PITTSBURGH -- Caps fans will remember one of the names that will be selected in the second or third round of the NHL draft today.
CSNWashington.com Capitals Insider Chuck Gormley will evaluate the 2011-12 performance of each player on the Caps roster. One breakdown will occur every weekday in alphabetical order.
In last years NHL draft, one Russian player was taken in the first round and that wasnt until the 27th selection when the Tampa Bay Lighting took Vladislav Namestnikov.