When the Capitals acquired left wing Curtis Glencross from the Calgary Flames and removed no one from their roster to make it happen, it became clear that someone who normally plays would need to
Before and after Thursday’s practice at Kettler Capitals Iceplex, Brooks Laich fired pucks into an empty net, desperately trying to find a scoring touch that has been missing since Jan. 7.
Washington Capitals center Brooks Laich is in love and he's not afraid to shout it from the rooftops. If by rooftops you mean Twitter, that is.
Brooks Laich channeled his inner Alex Ovechkin on Thursday night with this beautiful goal against the Panthers.
Scan through the Comments section at the bottom of each of these posts every day and, inevitably, you’ll read what every Capitals fan has been asking after every game season.