Capitals Call Kuznetsov 'Harry Potter' and 'Magic Man'Brooks Laich explained why the Capitals call 23-year-old Evgeny Kuznetsov "Harry Potter" and "Magic Man."
Laich: This Caps Team Could Be My Best EverForward Brooks Laich said Tuesday the 2015-16 Capitals have a chance to be the best team he's ever played on.
Brooks Laich and Julianne Hough Are EngagedCapitals forward Brooks Laich and Hollywood celebrity Julianne Hough are engaged.
Brooks Laich on Junkies' Game 7 Predictions: 'You’re Lucky I’m Not in the Studio'Brooks Laich's response to The Junkies giving his Capitals' less-than-one percent chance of winning Game 7.
Brooks Laich: Capitals Are Built For Playoff SuccessWith 11 regular season games remaining on the Capitals schedule, the magnitude of the next four weeks has players fired up for the playoffs.
Brooks Laich Talks Being Healthy Scratched: 'I Just Want to Play Better'Rarely has Brooks Laich been healthy scratched as he was against Columbus. He talks being benched by Barry Trotz and his declining play.
Brooks Laich Shreds Out ‘Happy Birthday’ to O.A.R. Guitarist (Watch)Brooks Laich of the Washington Capitals shreds ‘Happy Birthday’ on guitar to O.A.R.’s Richard On.
Brooks Laich Often Confuses ‘Dinner’ and ‘Supper’ with Girlfriend Julianne HoughBrooks Laich and girlfriend Julianne Hough have developed a system only they understand to avoid confusion between 'dinner' and 'supper.'
Brooks Laich on Latest Injury: 'I'm Sick and Tired of Missing Hockey Games'Brooks Laich, who's missed 70 games due to injury over the last two seasons, will have to miss three more after suffering a shoulder injury Saturday. "I'm sick and tired of missing hockey games."
Laich: Missing Playoffs May Have Been ‘Greatest’ Outcome for CapitalsMissing the playoffs for the first time in seven seasons may have been the “greatest” outcome for the future of the Capitals, Brooks Laich told NHL.com.
5 Biggest Celebrities to Attend D.C.-Area Sporting EventsIn honor of Oscar-winner Matthew McConaughey's appearance at Redskins practice Wednesday, we've put together a list of the best celebrity sightings at D.C.-area sporting events.
After Years of Intense Pain, Brooks Laich Says Best Years Still AheadBrooks Laich opened up about surgery which will keep him out of the Caps lineup 4-6 weeks, how he's been playing through severe pain for nearly 30 games this season, and how he believes he still has a lot of hockey left in his career.