Found July 14, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
In Sergei Fedorov’s previous life, he was a three-time Stanley Cup champion with the Detroit Red Wings.  In 2003, he spurned the Wings and chased a big contract to Anaheim and finished his career with Columbus and Washington before finishing his career in the Kontinental Hockey League.  In his current life, Fedorov is the general manager for HC CSKA Moscow of the KHL, the top league in Russia. According to Rick Westhead of the Toronto Star, Fedorov is again looking to take from the NHL and give to the KHL. @rwesthead @rwesthead Fedorov’s mission has had early success as he has talked Ilya Kovalchuck, who shocked the hockey world by announcing his retirement from the NHL and New Jersey Devils on Thursday, into playing in the KHL. Odds are, the NHL will win more of these battles than Fedorov will.

Good luck with that, Sergei

This has to be the dumbest thing I've read this month. CSKA Moscow GM and former Red Wing Sergei Fedorov just hired an American-born coach in John Torchetti to helm the team, but The Score reports that Fedorov engaged in some typical summertime KHL bombast while speaking with Sovetsky Sport, made a downright stupid (and I don't like to use the term "stupid" very...

Washington Capitals banking on Brooks Laich

The Washington Capitals lacked offensive depth last season. And now they move forward without point-per-game center Mike Ribeiro, who signed with the Phoenix Coyotes as a free agent.General manager George McPhee shrugged off that loss. He largely ignored the free agent marketplace, too, citing the high cost of No. 2-caliber centers.Instead he decided to count on Brooks Laich to move...

Meet The 1985 Washington Capitals’ ‘Goal Dust Twins’

They don’t make team yearbooks like they used to. Like this one, for example: Goal Dust Twins… — JapersRink (@JapersRink) July 13, 2013 I’m just old enough to remember Mike Gartner as a badass goalscorer, but I don’t remember Bob Carpenter, nor was I aware of the “Goal Dust Twins” moniker. From this story: With Gartner (the fourth overall...
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