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Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: MoJo arbitration dollars go public, the national television schedule does the same and more.

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • So mo' dough for MoJo? Marcus Johansson is asking the arbitrator for $4.75 million for the next year of his services, while the Caps came in at $3 million. [WaPoCSNWRMNB]
    • Earlier in the month, we told you what he's worth. [Rink]
  • NBC announced its television schedule for the upcoming season and the Caps will be seen nationally at least 11 times. That's a lot of Mike Milbury. [CapitalsCSNW]
  • As the Caps keep improving as a team, one dude's name remains attached to their success (predicted here) or failure. [ESPN ($)]
  • Braden Holtby wasn't a full-time goalie until he was 12, meaning that he's basically gotten this good in 13 years. Dang. [InGoalMag]
  • Five Caps with something to prove in 2015-16. [Stars & Sticks]
  • Can there really be 19 more miserable fan bases than ours? []
  • Finally, remember that time that Jim Hrycuik scored that goal? Me neither. But it happened and it was memorable. [Peerless]