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Japers' Rink Nov 23, 2015

The Noon Number: Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

A look at a very balanced attack for the Caps in the last game 14 - Number of players who earned at least a point in the 7-3 victory over Colorado Saturday night. Only five players - Stanislav Galiev, Brooks Laich, Michael Latta, Tom Wilson, and Braden Holtby - were held off of the scoresheet against the Avalanche. The last time the Caps had that many players chipping in? March 22, 2013, as they downed the Winnipeg Jets 6-1.
Japers' Rink Nov 18, 2015

The Noon Number: Laich a Rolling Stone

A look at a longtime Cap hitting an impressive milestone 699 - Number of regular-season NHL games played by Brooks Laich heading into tonight's outing in Detroit, 698 of which have been in a Caps' sweater. Drafted in the sixth round by Ottawa in the 2001 Entry Draft, Laich made his NHL debut with the Senators in February 2004, a little less than two weeks before being traded to the Caps in exchange for Peter Bondra. Laich is currently sitting ninth among longest-tenured Caps (and second behind only Alex Ovechkin), and needs to play in just 27 more games to pass Rod Langway for sole...
CSN Washington Nov 9, 2015

Laich misses practice, but expected to face Red Wings

Brooks Laich sat out practice, but Caps coach Barry Trotz says he's likely to face Red Wings on Tuesday night.

3rd Period Public Skate: Capitals 3, Bruins 1

It'll take beating Holtby at least twice more to get something out of this one. A weird Brooks Laich deflection of an Orlov shot, a 5-on-3 conversion by John Carlson, and it's 3-1 Washington.
Japers' Rink Nov 5, 2015

Capitals vs. Bruins Third Period Thread

Well, that was more fun! Brooks Laich (yes, him!) made a beautiful pass to Dmitry Orlov at the point, who kaboomed one netward where Laich would circle around and deflect it in. A few minutes later, John Carlson bashed one home on a 5-on-3 powerplay to make it 3-1 Capitals. Michael Latta (and the entire 4th line in spirit) challenged Boston's Tyler Randell to fisticuffs, and invitation which he accepted with aplomb. Remember fun hockey, y'all? Third period ahead... Tweets from @JapersRink/tweet-tweeters
Washington Post Nov 3, 2015

Capitals haven't forgotten emotions of losing to Rangers in playoffs

“Hockey players have long memories," winger Brooks Laich said.
Washington Post Oct 29, 2015

Capitals' fourth line still searching for consistency

The trio of Brooks Laich, Chandler Stephenson and Andre Burakovsky has been together just four games.

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