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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Mark Gandler
Are the Capitals ready to trade Marty Erat and Michal Neuvirth? If not, who will be their starting goalie?
The agent for Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov has asked the Capitals to trade him, saying it's the 'only humane thing to do'
This was the decade of Alexander Semin. He spent over 10 years as Washington Capitals property, from the draft in 2002 until Thursday's signing with the Carolina Hurricanes.
The Washington Capitals have always wanted Alexander Semin to score. His $6.7 million salary this season was fit for a sniper who fills up the net.
Stan Galiev isn't much different of a hockey player this week than last. He's still a 19-year-old wing with speed and a lot of potential.
Back on Nov. 27, when Orlov was a healthy scratch for the Caps, his agent, Mark Gandler told CSNWashington.com that "there's no chance in hell Dmitry is going to sign with the Capitals for next season."
Five weeks after his agent, Mark Gandler, said he has "no future" with the Capitals and would not re-sign in Washington after this season, Orlov has cemented himself into the No. 4 spot in Capitals' defensive rotation.