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Washington Post Jan 28, 2015

Capitals show some fight, handle rival Penguins, 4-0, to snap losing streak

Wednesday morning, after the Washington Capitals held an optional skate, heavily attended by frustrated players reeling from a fourth straight loss, forward Brooks Laich sat inside his locker stall and painted an urgent picture. He told of a sleepless night for himself after the team returned from the previous night’s loss at Columbus. He dissected team-wide flaws. He sounded the horns for change, starting against the Pittsburgh Penguins.Read full article >>
Washington Post Jan 28, 2015

Caps Insider: Brooks Laich: Rivalry night against Pittsburgh ‘a game we must have’

An in-game demotion, a fourth straight loss and a restless night behind him, forward Brooks Laich stepped onto the rink at Kettler Capitals Iceplex first Wednesday morning. Before the 14 others who participated in the optional workout joined him, Laich tore around the ice alone and blasted pucks on the move. After how Tuesday unfolded, everyone needed some release.Read full article >>

Brooks Laich: Rivalry night against Pittsburgh ‘a game we must have’

An in-game demotion, a fourth straight loss and a restless night behind him, forward Brooks Laich stepped onto the rink at Kettler Capitals Iceplex first Wednesday morning. Before the 14 others who participated in the optional workout joined him, Laich tore around the ice alone and blasted pucks on the move. After how Tuesday unfolded, […]
CSN Washington Jan 7, 2015

Laich: We want to have a balanced attack

Caps center Brooks Laich talks about Washington's offense after a 6-2 victory over the Maple Leafs.
Litter Box Cats Jan 6, 2015

A Second Look: Capitals 4, Panthers 3

The underlying numbers tell a familiar story in Panthertown. The Short Story After a scoreless first period, Alex Ovechkin scored on the power play with just over a minute gone in the second, his 19th. The Panthers answered with goals from Vincent Trocheck (4) and Dylan Olsen (2) less than two minutes apart. The second half of the period would see the Caps tie the Cats then take the lead on goals from Brooks Laich (4) and Karl Alzner (3). Andre Burakovsky scored to double the Panthers, 4-2 early in the final frame, and Florida could only muster one more marker, by Nick Bjugstad (15) with...
CSN Washington Jan 1, 2015

Brooks Laich discusses Winter Classic victory

Brooks Laich discusses the Capitals' huge victory against the Blackhawks in the Winter Classic.

Brooks Laich Photos

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