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Thursday Caps Clips: Putting the “Win” in “Windy City”

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Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: The Caps keep rolling on the road,

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • Our pal Isabelle Khurshudyan of the Post joins the Japers’ Rink Radio crew for a look at the season ahead. [Rink]
  • Recaps and other assorted musings on last night’s win. [Caps video (Reirden, locker room, recap), NBCS-Chicago, NoVa Caps, RMNB]
  • News and notes from yesterday’s pregame skate. [Caps]
  • As the preseason heads into its final week, stakes couldn’t be higher for Chandler Stephenson as he battles for a roster spot. [WaPo]
  • A closer look at the season ahead for Pheonix Copley, who is also battling it out for a spot. [Peerless]
  • Just how will that whole goaltending situation play out? [NBCSW]
  • A handful of Caps show up on this list of the 50 best players heading into this season. [ESPN]
  • Which teams are worth tuning in for every night? Which ones could be preempted by basically anything else? Ranking all 31 teams in watchability tiers. [ESPN]
  • Predictions for blueliner Nick Jensen. [StarsandSticks]
  • Former NHLer Matt Moulson talks about his new life in the AHL and signing on to help mold the next generation of Bears - with an eye towards his own future. [Caps]
  • Chatting with Haley Skarupa about her new role with her hometown team. [Bethesda Magazine]
  • A preview of the 2019-20 Capitals. [PHT]
  • Looking at ten players who could be in contention for the 2019-20 Hart Trophy. [THN]
  • This ranking of all 31 starting goaltenders is... something. [THW]
  • Previewing the cluster that will be the Metropolitan Division this season. [NoVa Caps]
  • The Nats just reached the almost-playoffs after a dismal start to the season, adding their turnaround to a handful of other local midseason reversals over the last 20 years. [NBCSW]
  • Finally, happy 39th birthday to Stanley Cup champ and new Player Development guru Brooks Orpik.