CBS Sports "Washington Capitals forward Brooks Laich has carved out a nice NHL career for himself. He may not be a star player that commands a lot of ink in the sports pages like teammate Alex Ovechkin, but he sure will have the attention of the celebrity gossip magazines if he didn't already. The Caps..." August 18
Trotz says Brooks Laich in the lineup tonight.
Washington Post "The uncertain timetable for his recovery from a left shoulder injury remained even as Capitals forward Brooks Laich began practicing again, but the lessons learned from rushing back too soon, he hoped, would create caution this time around. Less than three weeks after incurring the injury during a..." November 20
CBS Sports "Brooks Laich's injury woes continue in Washington. On Monday the Capitals announced th forward is likely going to miss 4-6 weeks, potentially ending his season. Laich labored through the Capitals' 4-3 win on Friday against the Canucks at home and then sat out Sunday's game against the Maple..." March 17
CSN Washington "The Capitals’ road to a seventh straight playoff berth got a little steeper on Sunday with the news that Brooks Laich will be visiting groin specialist Michael Brunt Monday in St. Louis and may require a procedure that knocks him out of the rest of the regular season. Laich, 30, underwent..." March 17
CSN Washington "Laich day-to-day: Apparently, Brooks Laich’s visit to see a groin specialist in St. Louis on Tuesday did not rule out his availability for game action down the stretch. “Right now, we’re just going to monitor it day-by-day and play it by ear and see how he feels and make decisions daily,” Caps..." March 14
Brooks Laich says he’s on track to be back in the lineup Thursday vs. Carolina. #Caps
Brooks Laich said he doesn’t expect to play tonight. Had some discomfort day after Anaheim game.
SB Nation "After missing nearly a month of action, Brooks Laich will return to the Washington Capitals lineup against the Anaheim Ducks, head coach Adam Oates confirmed Monday morning. Laich last played on Nov. 27 against the Ottawa Senators and missed 11 games due to a groin injury. Unfortunately, this..." December 23
#Caps roster moves: Brooks Laich placed on LTIR, eligible to return Jan. 22. Michael Latta recalled and sent Nate Schmidt to Hershey.
Washington Post "Brooks Laich did not skate for a second straight day after he took himself out of practice early on Tuesday. The versatile forward who tweaked his hip flexor on Sept. 5 said he experienced tightness during Tuesday’s workout and as a precaution opted to leave the ice. Laich insists it is a..." September 26
Washington Post "Players were on the ice for the first practice of training camp for only about 10 minutes when Brooks Laich suddenly left the ice and headed into the dressing room with a strained left hip flexor. Laich 30 said the injury is completely unrelated to the lingering groin problem that required..." September 12
Washington Post "When Mike Ribeiro signed with the Phoenix Coyotes on July 5 it left an all too familiar question mark in the middle of the Capitals‘ lineup. Who will serve as second-line center? Over the past four years Washington has used eight players, with varying levels of success and longevity, in the role...." July 09
NHL.com "Washington Capitals coach Adam Oates said there may be one change to his lineup for Game 7 Monday night at Verizon Center, but he did not disclose what it would be. "We're waiting to see," Oates said. However, Oates did confirm that injured forwards Brooks Laich and Martin Erat will not..." May 13
CSN Washington "Game 7 by the numbers: The Caps are 3-8 all-time in Game 7s. The Rangers are 5-5, but 0-5 in Game 7s on the road. Return of Laich?: It might seem like a long shot, but could we see the triumphant return of Brooks Laich in Game 7 tonight? The Caps’ 29-year-old left wing has been trying to get..." May 13
Brooks Laich will not play tonight, #Caps coach Adam Oates said
Washington Times "Brooks Laich will see a groin specialist Tuesday as the Washington Capitals hope to pinpoint exactly what’s wrong with the injured forward. Laich, who missed the first 28 games of the season with a groin injury, missed two contests over the weekend after leaving Thursday’s win over the New York..." April 08
Washington Times "Martin Erat and Brooks Laich are out for the Washington Capitals’ game Sunday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Each player is dealing with a lower-body injury. “Marty felt way better than he anticipated, so I don’t think it’s going to be too long,” coach Adam Oates said. “Brooksie, he’s..." April 07
Washington Post "Brooks Laich left the Capitals’ 2-1 shootout win over the New York Islanders on Thursday with an undisclosed injury. Coach Adam Oates said Washington’s utility forward was “aching all over” but added that the injury was “nothing major”. Laich, 29, didn’t take a shift in the final 15 minutes 26..." April 05
NHL.com "Washington Capitals coach Adam Oates repeatedly has asserted that he plans on easing forward Brooks Laich back into the lineup when his recovery from a groin injury was complete. Now that the time has come for Laich to make his season debut, Washington's alternate captain isn't interested in..." March 19
Washington Post "All signs at the morning skate at Consol Energy Center point to Brooks Laich being ready to make his long-awaited return to the Capitals lineup tonight against the Penguins. Laich, 29, skated in line rushes as part of the fourth line with Matt Hendricks and Jay Beagle. While Laich is expected to..." March 19
CSN Washington "The Capitals forwards were rotating in and out of 5-on-5 battle drills Saturday when Brooks Laich jumped into the rotation. Normally, the 29-year-old forward would body check his opponent into the boards, separate him from the puck, and skate away with it. But for the first time in his NHL..." February 17
CSN Washington "Forward Brooks Laich took another step toward returning to the Capitals lineup when he was cleared for contact by athletic trainer Greg Smith. Sidelined since the start of the season with a groin injury suffered during the lockout, Laich has been skating with the Caps during their two-game road..." February 14
Washington Post "Washington Capitals forward Brooks Laich is inching closer to making his season debut. Laich took part in Washington’s morning skate at Kettler Capitals Iceplex ahead of Tuesday’s game against Toronto, and Coach Adam Oates was encouraged by his progress. The 29-year-old has yet to appear in a..." February 05