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Washington Capitals v Pittsburgh Penguins - Game Four

Your savory breakfast links:

  • Kicking off our look at the organization’s young-uns with #25-11 of the top 25 under 25. [Rink]
  • Training camp rosters and schedule are set! The festivities kick off with media day today, followed by the first on-ice practice tomorrow. [Caps, NBCSW, NoVa Caps]
  • A year removed from his head coaching debut and with a different-looking roster to work with, Todd Reirden gets a fresh start this season. [WaPo]
  • Storylines to watch over the next few weeks of camp as the Caps get to work forming their 2019-20 roster. [NoVa Caps]
  • Things could get interesting in net, where Braden Holtby is in a contract year and Pheonix Copley could lose his backup job. [WaPo]
  • The newest member of the Capitals’ Player Development team talks about his decision to return to the organization. [Caps]
  • Previewing the season ahead for the captain. [Peerless]
  • Alex Ovechkin spent most of Wednesday traveling around the DC area on his Ovi-O’s tour, spreading the word about the cereal that goes on sale next week. [NHL, WaPo, NBCSW]
  • Setting expectations for prospect Brian Pinho in the upcoming season. [StarsandSticks]
  • Wear your helmets, kids. [NBCSW]
  • Warm up those remotes - the full regional and national broadcast information is out for the upcoming season. [Caps]
  • Three reasons the Caps can bounce back from their disappointing end to the 2018-19 campaign. [Starsandsticks]
  • Retiring numbers, honoring Orpik and more in another Caps mailbag. [NBCSW]
  • Ranking the 16 potential playoff teams by tiers. [The Score]
  • Predictions for Michal Kempny in 2019-20, as he works his way back from last year’s season-ending hamstring injury... [StarsandSticks]
  • ...and for Nick Jensen, who earned a four-year extension this summer and will need to live up to the related expectations. [THW]
  • Finally, happy 71st birthday to Joe Lundrigan.