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WASHINGTON - JANUARY 14:  Marcus Johansson #90 of the Washington Capitals handles the puck against the Vancouver Canucks at the Verizon Center on January 14 2011 in Washington DC.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON - JANUARY 14: Marcus Johansson #90 of the Washington Capitals handles the puck against the Vancouver Canucks at the Verizon Center on January 14 2011 in Washington DC. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Japers' Rink Radio hits the interwaves today at 10 Eastern.  Pepper and Russell will be joined by Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News and Ed Frankovic of WNST.net. [JRR]
  • Recaps and other assorted musings on last night's game from us, Vogs, WaPo (Carrera: blog, gamer), DCEX (McNally: blog, gamer), CSN Washington (Beninati), Caps365 video (Boudreau, players), Peerless, Frankovic, RMNBCaps News NetworkCaps Outsider, TBD.comKoL, PuckheadInside Hockey, Caps 'Round the Clock, WC2010, clydeorama (pics), Caps In Pictures (pics).
  • Another goal controversy?  Really? [Puckhead]
  • The end of an era - Corey Masisak filed his final gamer as a Caps beat reporter tonight. His forwarding address is New York City as he becomes a staff writer and editor for NHL.com.  Good luck and godspeed in Gotham, friend. Show 'em how it's done. #thankscorey. [NHL.com]
  • The end of two eras - Nate Ewell announced that he is leaving the Washington Capitals organization and moving to New England to become Director of Communications for College Hockey, Inc.  There will be tributes a'plenty and many barrels of pixels deployed over the next two weeks in his honor, but for now we can only express our heartfelt gratitude, deepest admiration, and utter disbelief. [Caps Outsider
  • Here come the questions:  "What's wrong with..."
  • Mike Green is your Player of the Month.  And no, that's not a typo. [Sporting Generosity]
  • In which Elliot In The Morning helps John Carlson celebrate his 21st birthday in style. But hoisting Bud Lights at a boutique beer bar?  We call shenanigans.  [RMNB]
  • Hustle and flow, baby. [RtR]
  • "Patrick Wellar took a deflected shot to the mouth late in the second period and immediately left the ice with blood evident.  Brian Willsie skated over, found Wellar’s tooth and made sure the tooth made it back to its rightful owner."  Alrighty then. [SHoE]
  • Ray Bourque is the Bryan Helmer of big time pro hockey.  No, wait.  Maybe it's the other way 'round. [Globe and Mail, Stack the Pads]
  • Reports from Russia indicate that Evgeny Kuznetsov may move from Traktor to St. Petersburg SKA if Traktor falls out of Gagarin Cup playoff contention.  [All Hockey.ru via GoogleTrans]
  • And goaltender Philipp Grubauer was in a wee bit of a line brawl versus the Oshawa Generals. [OHL TV]
  • Finally, happy 58th birthday to Randy Holt.

 

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