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Latest Craig Laughlin Items
The Washington Capitals are getting the band back together.
Alex Ovechkin missed six minutes during the second period of the Washington Capitals' 5-0 loss Monday night at the Carolina Hurricanes. He and coach Dale Hunter shrugged it off as an equipment issue, even as the star left wing finished with just 15:43 of ice time and no shifts in the final five minutes.
More than 18 years after being on the wrong side of a suspension-drawing check from Dale Hunter, Pierre Turgeon said he has moved on and hopes his old adversary succeeds as Caps coach.
The first fight Craig Laughlin ever got into in the NHL was against Dale Hunter. Not physically imposing with his size, the 5-foot-10, 200-pound Hunter made up for it with his fists and the way he played hockey.
Chris Pronger is a physically imposing human being, but what happened last week reduced him to a man screaming and writhing in pain. The tough Flyers defenseman had taken an inadvertent stick to the right eye and was bleeding as he rushed off the ice and to the locker room.
Jaromir Jagr laughs nervously as he recalls his life from 2001 to 2004 with the Washington Capitals.
There are times in a game when Karl Alzner knows he made a mistake. It's likely no one else in the arena notices — not even on his own bench.