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Wednesday Caps Clips: Caps @ 'Canes Game Day

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Previews of tonight's rumble in Raleigh from Vogs,, McNally, Peerless, RtR and KOL, and be sure to check out our SB Nation partner Canes Country for more coverage from the other side of tonight's match up.
  • Notes and assorted whatnot from yesterday's practice (including the latest on the injuries that, among other things, necessitated the recall Brian Fahey). [Caps365 video (Boudreau, players), Vogs, Carrera, Leone (the trickle-down impact on Hershey), bridgetds (pics)]
  • Michal Neuvirth saves... and saves... and saves. [CSN Washington (Masisak)]
  • The top line simply ain't gettin' it done. Yet. [WaPo (Carrera)]
  • The issue of Alex Ovechkin's shift length goes (inter)national. [CBC (Friedman, with other Caps thoughts as well)]
  • One-tenth the number of Friedman's "30 Thoughts," but no less insightful in total. [Box Seats]
  • Day Two of the "AO does GQ" newscycle. [Puck Daddy]
  • Hitting most of the key points on Alexander Semin and the eight or so months ahead in response to a HFBoards-quality trade proposal question. [ESPN (Buccigross)]
  • Playing armchair GMGM. [RMNB]
  • Ted Leonsis was on Elliot in the Morning yesterday. [YouTube]
  • With Movember right around the corner, John Erskine is stepping up and reminding us that "fine moustachery and immaculate grooming doesn't grow on trees." [Movember (with an additional member of the organization helping the cause here)]
  • D.C. United's horrible season... good news for the Caps? [StC]
  • A few Caps bloggers take a seat at KOL's circular slab. [KOL]
  • Sheldon Souray broke his hand fighting (again), but this time did it in the AHL. Smart. [HOTH]
  • In other AHL injury news, Michael Nylander's injury is not career-threatening, which is, of course, great news. [Vancouver Sun]
  • Finally, per the HHoF, on this date 25 years ago, "Washington's Gaetan Duchesne and Mark Taylor et a Capitals' club record by scoring six seconds apart in the first half minute in Chicago, in a 4-2 Caps' win over the Blackhawks." That's a nice start.

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