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Tuesday Caps Clips: Bears Back on Track

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • With a 6-3 win last night, the Bears are back in the Calder Cup Finals, now trailing two games to one. [Leone, Vogs, Frankovic, Flounders, Peerless, RMNB, Defending Big D]
  • If you liked watching the Bears on CSN and want to do it more often during next regular season, let CSN know by signing a petition. [Live In Red]
  • Ron Weber was a stat-head before being a stat-head was cool (alright, if not "cool," how about "acceptable"?). [D.C. Sports Bog]
  • If Anton Volchenkov is off the wishlist, who's left? [RtR]
  • Would the Caps match an offer sheet for $2.75 - $3.1 million for Jeff Schultz? What if a $1.5 million offer sheet for Eric Fehr was signed at the same time? [Copper n' Blue]
  • Speaking of Fehr, could he be an object of Brian Burke's desire? [Bitter Leaf Fan]
  • Another three things the Caps could learn from the Flyers and 'Hawks. [Maryland Pro Sports]
  • SI.com's list of the ten greatest moments in D.C. sports history was a mess, but they've since cleaned it up (including deleting their only Caps entry, which didn't happen in D.C. anyway). [D.C. Sports Bog]
  • Bryan Helmer chose Hershey over other options that might have ended with him returning to the NHL. That says a lot. [Masisak]
  • Is Alexandre Giroux headed to the KHL? If a tree falls in a forest... nevermind. [Live In Red]
  • Finally, happy 31st birthday to Quintin Laing and happy 37th to Bryan Muir.