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Wednesday Caps Clips: A Disturbing Trend

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Recaps and other assorted musings on last night's loss from us, the WaPo (blog, gamer, blog, blog), Vogs, Joe B., DCEx, Ed Frankovic, Peerless, OFB, A Capital Offense, RMNB, Caps Snaps (pics), Caps In Pics and Puckhead.
  • Notes from yesterday's practice. [CI]
  • Bruce Boudreau wants his superstar to get back on track. [Corey Masisak]
  • Part of the reason Jose Theodore is likely to be the Caps' number one netminder come playoff time is his strong late-game performances relative to his competition (note: this was written before last night's game). Yes, but... how about those early-game moments? [Dump n' Chase]
  • This Caps team: historically good? [DC Landing Strip]
  • NBC picks Caps/Bruins for its April11 nationally televised game (which means a noon start time). Boo. [PHT]
  • Eric Fehr gets some love for producing so much in so little ice time. [FanHouse]
  • Kevin Paul Dupont thinks the Caps should want to avoid Boston in the first round. [NBC]
  • Nicklas Backstrom rising in Campbellnomics. Yawn. [The Hockey News]
  • Alex Ovechkin and Backstrom continue to be quite valuable. [Puck Prospectus]
  • Mike Green, a pretty blonde... and Miss Virginia. [Capitals (video)]
  • Lots of good faceoff-related stuff over at BtN, including an Adam Oates sighting. [BtN]
  • Sergei Gonchar back in D.C. No thank you. [PHT]
  • Caps OT, Episode 3. [CSN Washington]
  • Cody Eakin earns a pink helmet in his practice debut with the Bears. [PennLive]
  • A guide to the Bears and the playoffs ahead. [RtR]
  • A look at the Caps' top Euro prospects. [Hockey's Future]
  • Finally, happy 50th birthday to Jim McTaggart and happy 57th to Gord Lane.