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Capitals re-sign enforcer Brashear @NHLdotcom

WASHINGTON (AP) -Enforcer Donald Brashear signed a one-year, $1.1 million contract extension with the Washington Capitals on Monday.

The 35-year-old left wing joined the Capitals as a free agent last summer, adding toughness to team that is rebuilding around rising star Alex Ovechkin. Brashear ranks fourth in the NHL penalty minutes with 125. He also has two goals and five assists.

Brashear has played for Montreal, Vancouver, Philadelphia and Washington in 13 NHL seasons. He has 77 goals, 109 assists and 2,290 penalty minutes in 821 career games.

In February 2000, then-Canuck Brashear sustained a severe concussion when he was hit in the head with a stick by Boston's Marty McSorley.

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