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Saturday Caps Clips: Too Soon, Summer

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Your savory Saturday brunch links:

  • Japers' Rink Radio hits the interwaves today at 4pm Eastern.  Alan May joins Pepper and Russell for a playoffs post-mortem and a look at the 2010-2011 season. [JRR]
  • What can you say?  Here's the ego... [Peerless]
  • ...and Mister Tony brings the id. [SteinBog]
  • Fingers, pointing:
  • Options:
  • The Ovi has landed.  In Bratislava, that is. [Sportbox.ru]
  • He's already had his first practice, on the top line with Maxim Afinogenov and Constantine Gorovikovym.  Sigh.  [Sportbox.ru]
  • Nicklas Backstrom's numbers were terrible this year.  Or were they? [Hockey Prospectus]
  • The envelopes please ... Rock the Red awards its post season hardware. [One, Two
  • Grading the playoffs. [CSN Washington (O'Halloran)]
  • The gentlemen of RMNB talk Caps hockey with Bawlmer media. [Baltimore Sun]
  • Chris Cooley has the Caps' back. [Hogs Haven]
  • Dear Bruce. [Chirps from the Ledge]
  • Prospect playoff update:
  • Brett Flemming and the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors lost an odd and uncharacteristic game 6-5 in overtime to the Owen Sound Attack. When the dust settled, Brett's stats were 1-1-2, even, 0 PIM.  He was on-ice for 7 of the eleven goals scored (four of his team's five, 3 of Owen Sound's, but not the game winner.)  This was the second game in a back-to-back, and their series lead has been cut  to 2-1.
  • Cody Eakin and the Kootenay Ice also lost in overtime, 4-3, to the Portland Winterhawks. Cody went 0-2-2, plus-2, 2 PIM.  After a week-plus layoff, the Ice were sloppy in the first, and allowed all three regulation goals-against.  They regained their poise and shut down Portland in periods two and three.  Cody had the primary assist on the GTG but the 'Hawks scored on their first shot in OT.  Game Two is tonight.
  • Finally, happy 31st birthday to Lawrence Nycholat, and happy 55th birthday to Tony Cassolato.