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BUFFALO NY - FEBRUARY 20: Semyon Varlamov #1 and Scott Hannan #23 of the Washington Capitals talk during a time out against the Buffalo Sabres  at HSBC Arena on February 20 2011 in Buffalo New York.  (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
BUFFALO NY - FEBRUARY 20: Semyon Varlamov #1 and Scott Hannan #23 of the Washington Capitals talk during a time out against the Buffalo Sabres at HSBC Arena on February 20 2011 in Buffalo New York. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
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Your savory breakfast links:

  • The season that was for Scott Hannan... [Peerless]
  • ... Tom Poti... [Peerless]
  • ... and Dennis Wideman. [CI (Carrera)]
  • On the cloudy D.C. future of Semyon Varlamov. [Hockey Independent (Scriven)]
  • And speaking of free agents, the Caps keep rolling out the exclusive exit interviews with pending free agents first (this week's subject: Boyd Gordon)... just in case. [Capitals Overtime (video)]
  • "Building America’s Hockey Medium Sized Provincial Port City" has a nice ring to it. [D.C. Sports Bog]
  • "The N-Score evaluates name, image awareness, appeal and attributes such as sincerity, approachability, experience and influence to determine a player’s endorsement potential." It also ranks Mike Modano ahead of Alex Ovechkin. Shouldn't that have sent someone back to the drawing board? [Nielsen Wire (h/t @lindsapple)]
  • Speaking of Ovi and endorsements, here's a "behind the scenes" look at some of his work for Gillette. [FanShot]
  • Oh, and he's been spotted rocking a... well, see for yourself. [FanShot]
  • Sam Carrier has a new QMJHL home (Francois Bouchard's Junior club, for what it's worth). [L'Avantage via Google Translate]
  • Another mock draft, another "Caps take a Russian." [Too Many Men on the Site]
  • Speaking of mock drafts, now seems like as good a time as any to remind y'all that our friends at D.C. Pro Sports Report maintain a mock draft database that's certainly worth a regular visit. [D.C. Pro Sports Report]
  • Finally, happy 32nd birthday to Quintin Laing and happy 38th to Bryan Muir.

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