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Wednesday Caps Clips: Caps @ Sens Game Day

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Previews of tonight's battle of nations' capitals from Vogs, NHL.com, SB Nation DC, Peerless, RMNB and CRtC, and be sure to check out our SB Nation partner Silver Seven for more coverage from the other side of tonight's match-up.
  • Notes and assorted whatnot from yesterday at practice down in Raleigh:
    • In general. [Caps365 video (Rinkside Update, Hunter)]
    • It was a "maintenance day" that kept Alex Ovechkin from skating with his teammates, but he's expected to be good to go tonight. [WaPo, WashTimes]
    • Brooks Laich says he's feeling fine. [WashTimes]
  • Some leftovers from that Monday night mess in Carolina:
    • The guy who signs the paychecks (probably not literally, but you know what I mean) called the performance "unacceptable." [Ted's Take, Times Colonist]
    • Craig Laughlin discusses the debacle with The Junks. [106.7 The Fan (audio)]
    • Dissecting one of the game's ugliest goals. [Backhand Shelf]
    • Time to regroup. [NHL.com]
  • When you're in the position in which the Caps currently find themselves, each and every loss is a killer... [WashTimes]
  • ... especially away from Verizon Center. [Dump 'n Chase]
  • Trade deadline thoughts a-plenty. [WaPo, DCEx, CSNW, HF, DSP, My NHL Trade Rumors, PHT]
  • Throwing the owner's words back at him. [KOL, Homer McFanboy]
  • Try as he might, George McPhee simply hasn't been able to find "it" (and no, not the rainbow connection). [DSP]
  • Playing Ye Olde Blame Game. [CSNW (video)]
  • To every narrative, there is a beverage. [Capitals Outsider]
  • Notes from Bears practice. [Patriot-News, with much more here]
  • Evgeny Kuznetsov, cover boy. [RMNB, Alex Ovetjkin]
  • Say hey, Patrick Wey. [Hockey's Future]
  • Happy 37th birthday to Patrick Boileau, happy 41st to Jason Marshall, happy 47th to Joe Reekie, and happy 59th to Al Hangsleben.
  • Finally, a hearty congrats to our good friend Nate Ewell on his new gig - you're in good hands, College Hockey, Inc. [USCHO, NHL.com]

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