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Tuesday Caps Clips: This One Goes to Eleven

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Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Signing a prospect, looking ahead to an arbitration and celebrating a birthday

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Looks like Marcus Johansson will be among the very first to have his arbitration this year... barring a new contract prior to July 20, that is. [NHLPANHL.com]
  • The Caps are optimistic that prospect Zach Sanford can be a difference-maker in the NHL sooner rather than later... [WaPoCSNMA]
  • ...which is why Sanford was inked to a three-year entry-level deal yesterday. [CapsBC Interruption]
  • Follow the always-entertaining Mitch Korn around as he takes his young goalie prospects under his wing at development camp. [Monumental video]
  • Meanwhile Mike Vogel chats with one of the team's newer prospects, 2016 draftee Chase Priskie. [Monumental video]
  • Where do some of the Caps stars check in on a list of the top 200 fantasy hockey players? [NHL.com]
  • Mike Richards is moving on after a brief stop in DC, but he had only good things to say about his time as a Washington Capital. Best of luck to you, sir. [Kenora Online]
  • The ECHL is getting a divisional makeover, with a new alignment that more closely mirrors its AHL and NHL counterparts. [Caps Outsider]
  • And finally, happy 11th birthday to... us! That's right, just over a decade ago today, a bright-eyed, optimistic(ish) Caps fan began to write and just couldn't stop. Along the way he's gathered a group of insane but lovable contributors to pitch in, to say nothing of the best damn readers in the blogging world to make us what we've become: a community. Thanks for continuing to be a part of our little family!