Thursday Caps Clips

SUNRISE, FL - APRIL 13: Goaltender Martin Brodeur #30 of the New Jersey Devils dives to stops a shot by Wojtek Wolski #8 of the Florida Panthers in Game One of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at the BankAtlantic Center on April 13, 2012 in Sunrise, Florida. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

Your savory breakfast links:

● "System-wise, it’s just going to be correct hockey. We’re going to be a smart, aggressive team." There's a new sheriff in town. [CSNW]

● There's also a new potential top-six forward in town, and he's already had coffee with Coach. [Caps365 (video)]

Thurgood Marshall Elementary looked a whole lot prettier after Slapshot and a certain new centerman stopped by with a few cans of paint and an army of volunteers. [Caps365 (video)]

● Fantasizing up the Southeast. [THW]

● Every time we read about Evgeny Kuznetsov lately, "Call Me Maybe" comes up on the ol' iPod. Every. Freaking. Time. It's uncanny. [RMNB]

● The Hershey Bears press corps lost one of its finest alumni this week, and his colleagues pay tribute. Rest well, Zig. [Patriot-News, Capitals Voice, LancasterOnline]

● Vote early, vote once. [NHL.com]

● Today in CBA chatter. [canoe.ca, SB Nation DC]

● Finally, here's a way to spend some of that money you'll be saving in Caps tickets: The $400 Rod Langway bobblehead. [Caps Outsider]

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