Found November 10, 2011 on Washington Times:
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This season, when the Washington Capitals have had rough games, some fans have been quick to point to the enigmatic Russian winger with minimal production as someone who should be held accountable. But Alexander Semin largely hasn't been bad, according to coach Bruce Boudreau, who has cited his hard work. ...
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