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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Sergei Fedorov
Easier said than done, of course. No one is going to hand the Caps a top-level player. Can they afford to sign one? Can they put together enough of a package to trade for one, even if it might cost them someone like Braden Holtby? If they can get one, they need to make sure they do it.
Since the Washington Capitals ran aground in the second round of the playoffs, their front office has had meetings with Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom, Mike Green, Brooks Laich — the core Caps, in other words. The subject of the sit-downs? Leadership.
"Just like the Canada guys in Vancouver 2010, a lot of pressure," said Sergei Fedorov, a two-time Russian Olympian. "Maybe more. Our fans might be a little tougher."
But Semin is fluent in the language of hockey, having watched Pavel Bure and Sergei Fedorov growing up - "When I was young I could never dream that I could play with [Fedorov] on the same line," he said.