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Sunday Caps Clips: 'Canes @ Caps Game Day

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Your savory Sunday brunch links:

  • Previews of this evening's clash with the 'Canes from VogsNHL.com (Hunter), WaPo (Wang),  RLS 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. (Note: Per NHL.com, the game will be broadcast tonight in Canada on NHLNet, as well as its accustomed place on CSN Washington.)
  • Notes and assorted whatnot from practice at Kettler on Saturday. [Caps Insider, Caps365 video (Boudreau), Caps Snaps (pics)]
  • The Caps aim to put some distance between themselves and the other teams in their division. [WaPo]
  • It's a milestone game for Canes bench boss Paul Maurice - he's coaching his 1000th game tonight. [News & Observer]
  • Consider yourselves on notice: Alan May has Coach Boudreau's back. And then some. [CSN Washington]
  • Will the real Alexander Semin please stand up? [Hockey Independent]
  • The requiem for Kovalchucklegate is penned pixeled by Pierre LeBrun. [ESPN]
  • On NHL Hotstove, the usual suspects weigh in on Sidney Crosby vs. Ochocinco Alex Ovechkin in the usual manner. The script practically writes itself. [CBC, D.C. Sports Bog, Caps Outsider]
  • AO for Art Ross - are you ready to bet against it? [Insider2]
  • Revisiting the Chris Pronger trade (and non-trade). [RLS]
  • Let's go Flyers!  Wait, what? [Peerless]
  • Former Hershey Bear captain and Caps defenseman Bryan Helmer is still looking for a job and facing some tough choices. [THW]
  • Braden Holtby returned to the Hershey net last night and went 28 for 28 as he backstopped the Bears to a 4-0 shutout of the Adirondack Phantoms, and Dmitri Kugryshev scored his first goal on the season. [SHoE, LDN, gamesheet]
  • Reminder: The Men of Movember still want you to come to their party tonight after the game. [Lyon Hall]

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