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Daily Washington Hockey Team news and notes: A potential freeagentnado sighting in Ballston, a visit to F Street, season previews and more.

Rob Carr

Your savory breakfast links:

  • turns its eyes to the 2014-15 Caps:
    • The big picture. []
    • Questions abound. []
    • What it all might look like on opening night. []
    • Major upset at the top of the prospect rankings. []
    • From the X-Files, Brooks Laich. []
  • GIF 'til you can't gif no more. [Rink]
  • There are several unsigned veteran free agents still waiting by their phones. Did Paul Bissonnette receive a call from area code 703? [WaPoKukla, PHT]
  • Oh, and then there's the matter of Dan Carcillo. [CSNW, and again]
  • Eff. [Peerless]
  • More from the weekend in season previews:
    • Trotz time! [FanRag]
    • The Caps' offseason, as seen through a Detroit Hockey Team lens. [Freep]
    • In which a Hawksblogger sizes up the Windy City's Winter Classic opponent... [Chicago Hockey Team Up]
    • ... and c'mon already, just go ahead and announce the WC venue. We don't have all season, y'know. [Hockey Nuts and Bolts]
    • Here's looking at you, Lumbus. [GMOAC]
    • Ditto Carolina. [GMOAC]
  • Milestones, an Eric Staal poster, and what it all means for Alex Ovechkin. [Dobber]
  • The Ballad of Big Joe Finley. A whale of a tale, and a tale of some whales. [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • Report: A shoulder injury may be preventing Andre Burakovsky from participating in Team Sweden's WJC training camp. [@coreypronman]
  • Team Canada is keeping an eye on the Czechs and Jakub Vrana as they scrimmage with Russia at Lake Placid. [Hockey Canada]
  • From the Caps on Holiday files:
    • Nathan Walker is raising awareness for anti-doping programs and April-fresh hockey gear. [@NathanWalks10]
    • Tennis and soccer and boxing - a week in the DMV with Evgeny Kuznetsov.
  • Meet the red-shirt freshmen of the class of 2014-15. [@Shop_KCI]
  • Finally, happy 180th birthday to the patron saint of (our) hockey depth charts, John Venn. [GoogleDoodle]