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Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Eric Fehr undergoes surgery, an ongoing look at the 2014-15 season, and more.

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Eric Fehr becomes the second Cap to go under the knife this summer after having successful elbow surgery on Wednesday. [CapsWaPoCSNWRMNBAP]
  • Season in review:
  • DC is cursed. Duh. [NY Times]
  • Caps' prospect and 2011 Draft Pick Travis Boyd has graduated from the University of Minnesota, and is ready to make the leap to the pros. [Dump 'n Chase]
  • Evgeny Kuznetsov returns home to Russia and talks about his first full season in the NHL. [RMNB]
  • A recommendation by the NHL/NHLPA Competition Committee has the League one step closer to adding a limited coach's challenge to scoring plays. [APToronto Sun]
  • With a number of teams up against the cap, could this be the summer of offer sheets? [The Score]
  • A look at who might be in the running for soon-to-be UFA Mike Green. [Stars and Sticks]
  • Caps' assistant GM Ross Mahoney talks about Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel in relation to another potent 1-2 punch atop the Draft, and more about this year's selection. [Caps]
  • A look back at some of the best non-first-rounders taken by Eastern Conference teams over the years. [THW]
  • Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final was hardly the first of this postseason to feature some awesome game-winning heroics. [The Score]
  • The Caps are one of a few teams rumored to be in the mix for the SHL's top scorer, Derek Ryan. [ExpressenStars and Sticks]
  • The enigmatic and mystical former Cap Alexander Semin is quite the puzzle. [THW]
  • Three years ago the 'Hawks and Jets swung a deal that sent (former Caps draft pick) Johnny Oduya to Chicago - a trade in which the Caps actually played a pretty big role. [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • Congrats to Monumental Network, which received nine regional Emmy nominations, including several for Caps Red Line. [Caps]
  • Finally, happy 55th birthday to Andre Hidi, happy 50th to Alfie Turcotte, and happy 31st to Jakub Klepis.