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Tuesday Caps Clips

Your savory breakfast links:

  • What Ilya Kovalchuk's new deal might mean for Alex Semin. [RMNB]
  • Brooks Laich on expectations and disappointment, possibly taking the second-line center role, his expiring contract and more. [Caps365 (video)]
  • Nicklas Backstrom, the sniping Swede? [Jumping the Glass]
  • Reflecting on D-Camp. [Inside Hockey]
  • Chatting with Stan Galiev. [RMNB]
  • Marcus Johansson showed a lot last week... but did he show enough? [DC Sports]
  • Is Stefan Della Rovere the missing piece of the puzzle? [DCist]
  • Semyon Varlamov on holiday (cue the "slow news day?" comment). [ via FanShot]
  • The Caps are "an absolutely crushing favorite to win their division next season." [Crunch Sports]
  • Putting "Langway 5" (among other things) on the current uniform is wrong. Just wrong. [eBay (h/t @HockeyJoePHT)]
  • Hershey welcomes back Andrew Joudrey with open arms. [LDN]
  • Stefan Della Rovere on his development and role. [RtR]
  • Olie Kolzig's annual charity golf tourney has now topped a million dollars in funds raised. Bravo. [KEPR CBS 19]
  • Finally, happy 60th birthday to Terry Murray, who played 74 games for the 1981-82 Caps and then coached 325 games for the team from January 15, 1990 (when he replaced his brother Bryan behind the bench) through January 27, 1994 (when he was replaced by Jim Schoenfeld after compiling a 163-134-28 record).