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The Capitals have taken a European player with their first draft pick in eight of the last 10 years.
Brooks Laich says the Capitals have not asked him to take another physical, which would be required for a buyout.
The only way for new Caps general manager Brian MacLellan to step out of the shadows of George McPhee is to make his own mark.
Brian MacLellan got emotional when asked how he'll be different than former general manager and good friend George McPhee.
They will replace former general manager George McPhee, whose contract was not renewed after 14 seasons with the organization, and former coach Adam Oates, who lasted just two seasons.
The Capitals surprised no one by hiring Barry Trotz. But who's this Brian MacLellan guy?
Being the assistant general manager for player personnel, he already knew the organization inside and out. That provided him a clear vision of what the Caps needed to get back into Stanley Cup contention. "I didn't think I had anything to lose," MacLellan said.
After missing the playoffs for the first time in seven years, the Washington Capitals hired former Nashville Predators coach Barry Trotz and promoted Brian MacLellan to general manager on Monday.
On Monday, owner Ted Leonsis and team president Dick Patrick promoted Brian MacLellan to the general manager's position and hired veteran NHL coach Barry Trotz to be the man behind the bench. The pair are charged with returning Washington to prominence after it missed the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since 2007.