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Your savory breakfast links:

● To check or not to check. Just two of the topics discussed by Caps GM George McPhee and NBC analyst Eddie Olcyk, as they keynoted the 2012 National Hockey Coaches Symposium. [USA Hockey (story, video with bonus Craig Laughlin)]

● Labor Links:

Toronto rolls out the red carpet for Uncle Ted. [Ted's Take]

Sweden's Eliteserien has voted to accept locked-out NHLers only if they sign a full year contract. [Puck Worlds, svd.se, Hockeyramblings]

Though certainly Dmitry Orlov's former KHL GM would like to see him come back. [LiveSport.ru]

Catching up with Brian Pothier. [Caps365]

In Caps prospect action, Filip Forsberg's two goals helped AllSvenskan Leksands defeat SEL Skellefteå by a score of 5-2. [Aftonbladet]

In Caps fill-in-the-blank action, Evgeny Kuznetsov made a commercial for a Chelyabinsk shopping mall while on rollerblades and wearing a Caps hat. Such a tease. [FanShot]

Oh hai there Jamie Heward, who has been named as assistant coach for the WHL Swift Current Broncos. [Regina Leader-Post]

● In election years, we follow the money. [Slapshot]

Finally, happy 39th birthday to Andrew Brunette, and happy 53rd to Gary Sampson.

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