Wednesday Caps Clips

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Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Hershey adds right wing depth, looking ahead to Round 43851938 of Caps-Pens, and more.

Your savory breakfast links:

  • Exploring the cap landscape as it relates to a certain smooth-skating defenseman in red. [Rink]
  • What are the chances that Michael Latta (aka the guy the Caps got along with Martin Erat) makes the big team in 2013-14? [CSNW]
  • Continuing a look ahead at the ten best games to come this season, Sidney Crosby and friends face the Caps in a home-and-home series in March. Oh, joy. Oh, rapture. [CSNW]
  • Speaking of Crosby, the Hockey News has issued their annual ranking of the top 50 players and Sid the Kid has beaten out Alex Ovechkin as the NHL's best player. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Hershey adds some organizational depth and fills a need on the right side with the addition of forward Brandon Segal, who signed a one-year, two-way deal yesterday. [PennLive (and again), CSNWSHOE]
  • The Reading Royals - or rather, the Kelly Cup Champion Reading Royals - held their annual town hall meeting Monday night, with what had to have been some pretty happy fans. [Capitals OvertimeCapitals Outsider]
  • Apparently the Internet doesn't actually breed negativity, and Caps fans like high-scoring overtime wins when the weather is nice... because it beats the alternative, I guess. [RMNB]
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