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Wednesday Caps Clips: Caps @ Sabres Game Day

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  • Previews of tonight's rematch of a 2-0 Caps win a couple of weeks back (let's see if AO can hang around for all of this one) from Vogs, NHL.com and Rock The Red.net, and be sure to check out our SB Nation partner Die By The Blade for coverage from the other side of tonight's match up.
  • With Braden Holtby recalled to Hershey (where there were two healthy goalies practicing yesterday), speculation is that not all is right between the pipes for the parent club. [Patriot-News]
  • The Caps are... wait for it... the real deal. [Globe and Mail]
  • Even The Boss took a moment to appreciate what they've been able to do so far this season. [Ted's Take]
  • Inside the NHL's "war room." Slow news day? [Washington Post]
  • Pierre LeBrun answers a couple of Caps-related questions and debunks the "players today no longer have any respect for one another" silliness. [ESPN]
  • The latest opinions on the bubble that is Mike Green's dream of being an Olympian: Corey says yes, PPP says noCTV says his stock is on the rise.
  • Speaking of Green, random stat: @GreenLife52 has six points and a plus-six rating since his last tweet.
  • Oh, and he's fine. [Capitals Insider]
  • Semyon Varlamov is behind Jamie Benn in the Calder race. Riiiight. [Hockey's Future]
  • Sidney Crosby more clutch than Alex Ovechkin? That's unpossible. [The Hockey News]
  • Speaking of Sid and Alex, last year's Caps/Pens series placed ninth in the top ten sports moments of the year (pretty long moment, btw). [Time]
  • Hello, Moscow! [Alex Ovetjkin]
  • 10 Things You Should Know About... Tomas Fleischmann. [Capitals]
  • Um, Paul... the Caps have given up more than two goals once in their last six games (and that was in a 4-3 shootout win) and have two shutouts during that span. Impressed yet? [NHL.com]
  • Steven Pinizzotto and Andrew Joudrey are killing it - literally - in Hershey. [Patriot-News]
  • Finally, saying goodbye to a member of the Bears family. [John Walton Hockey]