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Your savory breakfast links:

● When the Flyers signed Shea Weber to a massive offer sheet the other day, it picked a scab that's never quite healed for Caps fans. [SB Nation DC]

● And while we're strolling down memory lane, how about remembering the Caps' first playoff goal ever? [Capitals Voice]

● Who's the most influential player in hockey in terms of how the game's played these days? Hint: shaky hand. [Peerless]

● You asked (well, maybe not you you), CSNW's Chuck Gormley answered. [CSNW]

● Putting Nicklas Backstrom on a list of candidates for bounce-back seasons is a bit of a cop-out (where's Sidney Crosby - he only had 37 points last season!) but whatevs. [NHL.com]

Alexander Semin "is not a highly valued individual – at least, in combination with his contract demands – right now." ... [THN]

● ... but Carolina's still interested in signing him to a one-year pact. [PHT]

● What to expect when you're Wolski-ing. [RtR]

Vogs chats up Jason Chimera. [Caps365 (video)]

● Wojtek Wolski and Joel Ward ping pong it up for concussion awareness. [Backhand Shelf]

● If you've got $150 burning a hole in your pocket and a healthy affection for John Carlson, this post is for you. [RMNB]

Braden Holtby sighting at Scott Hartnell and Clarke MacArthur's charity golf outing. [Lamb Studios]

● Another year, another missed Stampede for David Civitarese. [Caps Outsider]

● Party! [CSNW]

● Finally, happy 31st birthday to Timo Helbling.

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