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Sunday Caps Clips: Five In a Row

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Recaps and other assorted musings on last night's cakewalk (déjà vu) from Corey (blog, article), Tarik (blog, article), Vogs, Joe B., Ed Frankovic, PeerlessPuck Daddy (where five points isn't star-worthy), OFB and Fight For Old DC.
  • The Top Ten reasons Dan Carcillo sucker-punched Matt Bradley last night. [Peerless]
  • "The Caps and [Alexander Semin's] agent, Mark Gandler, haven't held talks since the eve of the season, when it's believed an offer from the team was rejected. The RFA-to-be is also generating much interest in his native Russia, but the Caps will give this another go before the season is out." [ESPN]
  • Speaking of contract negotiations, George McPhee is Puck Daddy's eighth-best general manager of the decade. A strong argument could be made that he he should be higher (of course, then there's Michael Nylander). [Puck Daddy]
  • Great Varly shot. [TTT Hockey]
  • Welcome back to the organization (and the Caps' AAAA affiliate), Chris Bourque. [Patriot-News]
  • A look at the Caps' ECHL prospects. [Hockey's Future]
  • And speaking of kids, a look at the Caps' World Juniors participants. [OFB]
  • Per the HHoF, on this date back in 1987, "Washington's Scott Stevens set a club record with five assists as the Capitals won 10-3 over the visiting Los Angeles Kings."
  • Finally, happy 48th birthday to Chris Valentine.