For Jay Beagle, its never been about the money. Its about the opportunity to be an integral part of an NHL team.
Barring a last-minute offer from Capitals general manager George McPhee, Alex Semins days in Washington will end on Sunday at noon, his agent Mark Gandler confirmed on Friday.
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.
The Capitals went big, strong and nasty with their second pick of Fridays NHL entry draft, taking 6-foot-4, 205-pound right wing Thomas Wilson with the 16th pick overall.