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News out of Washington

So former Capital Michael Bradley, now with the Panthers, was quoted in an interview saying that some players seemed to have problems with Alexander Semin's attitude during the playoffs and felt like "he didnt care". This type of attention for Semin and the fact that players in the Washington locker room feel this way could be more fuel that gets him traded away. Here's a link from espn.:

http://espn.go.com/blog/nhl/post/_/id/10694/matt-bradley-alexander-semin-doesnt-care.

 

Now its time to play Garth Snow....For a guy like Semin, what would you give up?

Bailey, 1st-Rd pick, and perhaps another prospect for Semin would work. If the price is a bit steep, maybe we can get a big Dman like Erskine or Schultz considering they signed Wideman and Hamrlik this offseason.

What would you guys give up for a guy like him?

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