Thursday Caps Clips: Thrashers @ Capitals Game Day

Your savory breakfast links:

  • Previews of tonight's game against the Thrash from Vogs, Peerless, CapsBlog and NHL.com, and be sure to check out our SB Nation partner Bird Watchers Anonymous for coverage from the other side of tonight's match up.
  • To refresh your memory, this is the fifth of six meetings on the season between the two Southeast Division rivals, with the Caps taking the first four by scores of 5-44-3, 8-1 and 5-2.
  • The Caps are saying the right things, but talk is inexpensive. Or something. [WaPo, RMNB]
  • It's hard to blame Bruce Boudreau for being a bit snippy upon being asked about his goalies, given that one of them hasn't lost a start (in regulation) in calendar year 2010 and the other has had one appearance with a save percentage above .889 since December 7. [CI]
  • Laich is risen! Truly, he is risen! [CI]
  • Guess who has the League's most impactful D-corps. Guess again a few times. Getting warmer. Hint: you root for them. Got it yet? [TSN]
  • A bit of Mike Green-for-Norris love from north of the border. [TSN]
  • Scott Walker has a minor knee injury. More importantly, Scott Walker has perspective. [Corey Masisak]
  • Nice piece on Eric Fehr (who's really bringing new meaning to "net presence," as in Internet presence). [CSN Washington]
  • What thirty fan bases are thinking about their teams. [ESPN]
  • Henrik Sedin won't win the Hart because assists are cheap. Says here that's right. [The Hockey News]
  • Yesterday was team picture day out at Verizon. [Capitals (video)]
  • Remembering Bryan Murray's time in D.C. [OFB]
  • A much more historically representative "10 Greatest Games" list than what's available on the market. [Ed Frankovic]
  • The latest in Caps sponsorships. Oof. [RtR]
  • John Carlson has been named to the AHL All-Rookie team (and that's likely the last time you'll read "John Carlson" and "AHL" in the same sentence). [Capitals]
  • The Bears tied the AHL single-season win mark last night and Cody Eakin scored on his first shot as a pro. Story. Book. [Patriot-News]
  • Happy 29th birthday to Nolan Yonkman and happier 46th to Scott Stevens.
  • Finally, huge thanks to all of you for making March yet another record-breaking month here at The Rink, with visits up more than 20% and page views up more than 26% over February (and up nearly 200% in both metrics over March, 2009). Here's to an even busier April, start to finish.
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