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Wednesday Caps Clips

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Metro updates, predicting the future deals for Holtby and Johansson, and more.

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Your savory breakfast links:

  • We've looked at how the Caps have done after defensive-zone faceoff wins, and after neutral-zone wins. Now to round out the hat trick, a look at their work in the offensive zone. [Rink]
  • After spending his whole career with the Blues, new Caps' winger T.J. Oshie is ready for a change of scenery. [Pressbox DC]
  • Give Braden Holtby all the money. [Puck DaddyPuckBuddys]
  • If an arbitrator gives Marcus Johansson all the money, would the Caps walk away? [CSNW]
  • Looking at how the Metropolitan Division is stacking up... [GM on a Couch]
  • ...and who's screwing up the curve. [THW]
  • A preview of what the Caps' power play could look like in 2015-16 without Troy Brouwer. [StarsandSticks]
  • At 25, Dajon Mingo was the oldest attendee at last week's development camp - and it was a long, winding road that led him there. [WaPo]
  • 2013 draftee and rising BC sophomore Zach Sanford was impressive in his third development camp. [WaPo]
  • Comparing Justin Williams to the crop of wingers on the Caps' roster last year. [RMNB]
  • Thanks to an influx of some of the Caps' top young prospects, Hershey's blueline will be quite green next season. [CSNW]
  • Finally, happy 64th birthday to Chuck Arnason, happy 43rd to Bryan Helmer, and happy 60th to Mikko Leinonen.