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Latest Mikhail Grabovsky Items
Sabres general manager Tim Murray joked that he has run out of spending money two days into NHL free agency.
For the second straight year, the Capitals saw their No.2 center sign a four-year deal with another team during the first week of free agency.
The 30-year-old Grabovski, from Belarus, had 13 goals and 22 assists in 58 games last season for Washington. He has 107 goals and 145 assists in eight seasons with Montreal, Toronto and Washington.
The Capitals have auditioned 10 different second-line centers in the past six seasons. Will Evgeny Kuznetsov be the 11th?
Mikhail Grabovski is not ruling out a return to the Caps. But would Mike Richards be a better fit?
Capitals center Mikhail Grabovski needed to have a big performance in Belarus to convince NHL teams to sign him. He's doing just that.
A midseason injury interrupted a promising season for Mikhail Grabovski, whose future with the Capitals remains in limbo.
Center Mikhail Grabovski wants to know who will be the GM and coach of the Capitals before deciding if he wants to re-sign.
The Capitals have limited roster decisions to make this offseason. There are no restricted free agents on the roster and only three players will be unrestricted free agents – winger Dustin Penner, center Mikhail Grabovski and goalie Jaroslav Halak.