Tag Archives: Alex Semin
Earlier this month we reported that former Washington Capitals forward Alex Semin has decided to retire from professional hockey. To mark the occasion, Semin decided to hold one final game for charity in his hometown of Krasnoyarsk, Russia.
Red Reflection: Despite the Playoff Failures, the Young Guns Era Certainly Left Me With Some Memories
Mitchell Layton/Getty Images I have been a Capitals fan all my life ( I was born just days after the Capitals lost Game 4 of the 1998 Stanley Cup Final) and while I may not remember the first Caps game … Continue reading
Photo: Mitchell Layton/Getty Images Nine years ago, Capitals’ goaltender Jose Theodore left the Capitals’ game against the Ottawa Senators because of a hip flexor injury he sustained during the Capitals’ morning skate. Former-Capitals goalie Semyon Varlamov, now with the Colorado Avalanche, … Continue reading
Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images In an interview with Daria Tuboltseva of Championat.com, former Washington Capitals player Alexander Semin says he is not done with hockey and promises to return. He declared, “I have something to prove and want to fight … Continue reading
Photos: Winter Universiade As part of a hockey-themed week that took place at the Winter Universiade 2019 Pavilion on Tatyshev Island in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, former Washington Capitals’ player, Alexander Semin, met with youth hockey players and shared his experiences with … Continue reading
Photo: KHL After his was contract terminated by the Montreal Canadians this past December, Alexander Semin decided to leave the NHL after 11 seasons in the league to return home to Russia to play in the KHL.
Today, the Montreal Canadiens, per TSN’s Bob McKenzie, waived former Capital Alexander Semin after a lackluster 15-game stint that saw the enigmatic right winger score just one goal and four points. The 31-year old Semin was once one of the … Continue reading
His Career with Capitals One of the more prominent players for the Washington Capitals since the “Lockout of 2003-2004” was Alexander Semin. During his term with the Caps from 2003 through 2012, he had scored 197 goals and earned 211 … Continue reading
(Photo by Len Redkoles/Getty Images) In the 2009-10 season, the Capitals were the most dominant hockey team in the entirety of the NHL. Finishing with 121 points, a 54-15-13 record, and the President’s Trophy for having the best record in … Continue reading