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Alexander Semin of the Washington Capitals scores the game winning goal at 18:24 of overtime against the New York Rangers in Game One of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals on April 13, 2011.
Alexander Semin of the Washington Capitals scores the game winning goal at 18:24 of overtime against the New York Rangers in Game One of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals on April 13, 2011.

Your savory breakfast links:

  • "What are the chances Semin scores 40 or more goals in 2011-12? Almost non-existent (0.1 percent)." In other words, if you played the 2011-12 season 1,000 times, Semin would hit the 40-goal mark once. Put yet another way, for the average American, an Alex Semin 40-goal season would be a once-in-a-13-lifetimes occurrence. [Insider2]
  • The print ads are nice and all, but if Cadbury really wants to move product, they'd run video of Ovi singing this tune. [Alex Ovetjkin]
  • A top power-play unit without Mike Green? That's crazy talk. [RtR]
  • In many ways, soccer is already a lot like hockey (except somehow with lower scoring, more Europeans, more diving and worse officiating). And now, much to our delight, someone has mashed up hockey sweaters, corporate logos and soccer kits. [Puck Daddy]
  • Garrett Mitchell on Development Camp, the upcoming season and more. [Capitals Overtime]
  • Sylvain Cote: Caps Legend. [Greatest Hockey Legends]
  • It sounds as if Evgeny Kuznetsov is at something close to 100% health. [Alex Ovetjkin]
  • Finally, congrats to Hershey/Harrisburg for being an oasis of awesome stuck in between Pittsburgh and Philly. [SBJ]

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