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Thursday Caps Clips: Shark Sandwiched

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Recaps and other assorted musings on last night's two-word-review-worthy peformance from us, Vogs, Tarik (blog, gamer), Ed Frankovic, Peerless, and Joe B.
  • Reactions to Mike Green being left off Team Canada (a.k.a. "the snub of all snubs") from Caps and Sharks players (video), Hockey or Die!, TWT, WaPo, DCEx, Ed Frankovic, and Puck Daddy (note).
  • That Green is leading a "biggest snub" poll on a Canadian website over a player for a Canadian-based team says something. [TSN]
  • Overshadowed in the Green talk is Tomas Fleischmann's accomplishment of being named to the Czech team. Kudos, Flash. [DCEx]
  • A team-by-team breakdown of Olympians, with the Caps two men off San Jose's League-leading seven. [On The Forecheck]
  • Nice Alex Ovechkin interview prior to last night's game. [CSN Washington]
  • Speaking of Ovi interviews, it sounds like he wants the captaincy. If that's the case, and he truly understands all that it entails, you've got to give it to him. [Caps365 (video, quote at the end)]
  • Oh, and AO's apparently already the best player of next decade. [SportingNews]
  • Some interesting attempts at divining what the Caps might expect, production-wise, from Jason Chimera the rest of the way. Ten goals? I'll take the under. [5ive Hole, RMNB]
  • It's been a tough year for local captains. [D.C. Sports Bog]
  • Farewell to The Washington Times sports section. [D.C. Sports Bog, Off Wing Opinion, RMNB]
  • You'll never guess which Cap made the list of D.C.'s biggest busts of the decade (and no, we're not going here). [D.C. Sports Bog]
  • Southleast. Still. [Hockey or Die!]
  • Peerless is getting down to the short strokes - here's number 4.
  • AO is in jeopardy, err, in Jeopardy! [OFB]
  • Congrats to Michal Neuvirth, John Carlson and Keith Aucoin on being named to the Planet USA AHL All-Star Team. [Bears]
  • Finally, here's wishing every one of you a happy and healthy new year, and please, please, please be safe tonight.