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Tuesday Caps Clips

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: The Cup heads to Warroad, looking back at Wilson’s season and more.

2018 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game Five Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Your savory breakfast links:

  • Get a sneak peek of next week’s championship DVD release. [Rink]
  • He’s big. He’s bruising. And he’s coming off the best season of his career. A look back at Tom Wilson’s 2017-18. [Rink, RMNB]
  • T.J. Oshie becomes the first to bring the trophy to “Hockeytown, USA”, as the Cup heads to hockey-mad Warroad, MN... [NHL, Duluth News-Tribune]
  • ... but first the Cup made a stop in tiny Bird Island, MN, where the Caps’ head athletic trainer Jason Serbus shared his story. [wctrib]
  • The departure of Jay Beagle leaves big skates to fill in the Caps’ bottom six. [NoVa Caps]
  • Which Braden Holtby should we expect to see in 2018-19? [NBCSW]
  • Hopefully it’s the one that, among other things, authored “The Save” - a moment that can now be purchased in bobble form! [Caps Outsider]
  • After a solid rookie campaign, what can we expect from defenseman Christian Djoos? [NoVa Caps]
  • Celebrating Dmitry Orlov. [FiCP]
  • Not surprisingly, winning the Stanley Cup causes an uptick in season ticket demand. [WashTimes]
  • Reflections on the career of Caps legend Peter Bondra. [FiCP]
  • It was a busy week on the ice at development camp, but off the ice the Caps’ prospects had plenty of time for bonding over food, movies, and the sights of DC. [THW]
  • The summer of coaching changes continues for the organization, with South Carolina’s Ryan Warsofsky departing for a gig with the AHL’s Charlotte Checkers. [Post and Courier, ECHL, Caps Outsider]