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Wednesday Caps Clips

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Caps prospect Patrick Wey looks to crack the Hershey blueline, checking in with 2013 draftee Zach Sanford and more.

Bruce Bennett

Your savory breakfast links:

  • As desirable free agent destinations go, the allure of playing alongside Alex Ovechkin places DC somewhere in the middle of the pack... just be glad that proximity to Congress wasn't a factor in the rankings. [BHS]
  • A year after interviewing for the Caps' then-vacant head coach position, Mike Haviland has found a home elsewhere in the organization and talks about the new gig. [CSNW]
  • Second round pick Zach Sanford may have flown under the radar growing up, but the Caps are expecting good things from the 6'3" forward in the future. [CSNW, NE Hockey Journal]
  • His college career behind him, Patrick Wey is looking to earn a spot on Hershey's blueline as he approaches his first season as a professional. [RMNB]
  • Wey will have competition, as Michal Cajkovsky looks to make the jump to the AHL himself after a strong Development Camp showing last week. []
  • Steven Oleksy is slated to participate in a charity hockey game at the end of the month in his home state of Michigan... don't worry, Steve, someday people will spell your name correctly. [Voice News]
  • Congrats to Adam Micheletti, son of broadcaster Joe and former Caps intern, as he was recently named the USHL's Director of Hockey Operations. [USHL]