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WASHINGTON DC - DECEMBER 06:  Mathieu Perreault #85 of the Washington Capitals celebrates after scoring in the first period against the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Verizon Center on December 6 2010 in Washington DC.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON DC - DECEMBER 06: Mathieu Perreault #85 of the Washington Capitals celebrates after scoring in the first period against the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Verizon Center on December 6 2010 in Washington DC. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
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Your savory breakfast links:

● Earlier this weekend we learned that centerman Keith Aucoin has signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs. So long, Coiner, and best wishes. [WaPo, CSNW, Caps Outsider, PHT]

● Get plywood for the windows and check your batteries and canned goods. Hurricane Ovi is back in town. [@Ovi8]

● Evaluating George McPhee's summer spending spree. [Sick Unbelievable]

Related: Grading all the teams in the Southeast Division. Prediction: It'll be a dogfight. [Cardiac Cane]

● In reading this interview with DevCamp invitee Max Iafrate, one might get the impression that Adam Oates just may be looking forward to coaching Mike Green. [Homer McFanboy]

More DevCamp goodness - get to know Brant Harris, junior forward for the UConn Huskies. [Estevan Mercury]

● Oh hai there Mathieu Perreault, who captained Team Grey to victory in this charity match in Manchester. [Manchester Journal, Gant Daily, Bennington Autism Task Force]

Braden Holtby rocks the Curly W. [@BBS]

● "Moreover, 'Voky' yelling at us from the goal, so the Czech-English somehow we always agreed." Tomas Kundratek reflects on his first year in the Caps' organization. [Přerovský Deník (link in Czech)]

● Stand by for the Alexander Semin bidding war. [Heritage.com]

Or not. [Caps Across the Pond]

● In Caps alumni news, Pat Peake will be lacing 'em up (!) for hunger awareness. [Hometown Life]

● For us junior hockey fans, the Memorial Cup apparently has a new story to tell. And someone from Shawinigan has some 'splainin' to do. [@sunayas, Hebdos Regionaux (link in French)]

● Reminder: Wednesday night is party night. [CSNW]

● Finally, happy 44th birthday to Brad Schlegel and happy 21st birthday to Dmitry Orlov.

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