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Monday Caps Clips: Starting to Click

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Positivity reins as the Caps start to roll, digging into the mystery of the hat culprit and more.

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Michael Latta's work on the fourth line in the last week gave Barry Trotz the confidence to leave him at center Saturday night. [WaPo]
  • The latest win over Tampa made Verizon Center a happy place to be - something that hasn't been the case much this season. [NBC4]
  • Roughly two months into the season, the Caps and their coach are starting to see the impact of - and get results from - the changes they've put in place. [WaPoCSNW]
  • More on what Alex Ovechkin and the Caps did to put together a very special night for a very special little girl. [CapsCSNW]
  • The Caps are being pretty cagey when it comes to just who put those hats in Nicklas Backstrom's locker... might need to get those Epix cameras on the case, pronto. [RMNB]
  • Looking back at the week that was, as the Caps start to heat up. [PeerlessCSNWRMNB]
  • With the day off from practice, the team took to the ice with their families - ugly sweaters, tiny babies and all. [Caps Outsider]
  • A couple of Russian superstars had a pretty good view of the Wizards' 93-84 win over Utah last night at Verizon Center. [@MonumentalNtwrk]
  • Best of luck to former Caps' netminder Tomas Vokoun, who has called it quits after 16 NHL seasons. [@zdenek_jandaThe ScoreSun-Sentinel]
  • The horse who was named for the Caps' captain has retired a millionaire, winning his 17th race in his final outing last weekend. [Forbes]
  • Finally, happy 30th birthday to Kyle Wilson.