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Thursday Caps Clips

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Learn how the BGHC went from social group to powerhouse for change, hear from the NHL on their plans (or lack thereof) for next season and more.

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Your savory breakfast links:

  • From its simple beginnings as a social group, the Black Girl Hockey Club has turned into a true agent of change and a leading voice in the conversation on diversity in the NHL. [SI]
  • Amid a wealthy of uncertainty, the NHL is determined to take a slow-and-steady approach to getting the next season underway. [NHL, Sportsnet]
  • Of course that uncertainty is bleeding over into the NHL and NHLPA’s collaboration, which is always a good sign for a league continuously wrestling with stoppages. [Sportsnet]
  • Here are four ways hockey could look very different when the 2020-21 season gets underway. [Sportsnet]
  • Whenever hockey does return, teams will have an unprecedented amount of new real-time data at their fingertips. [NoVa Caps]
  • Olie Kolzig (or as the person in charge of Capitals Talk graphics knows him, “Ollie”) talks about the Caps’ goaltending situation. [NBCSW]
  • Grading the 2019-20 season for Carl Hagelin. [S&S]
  • Awesome work by Garnet Hathaway’s charity, Hath’s Heroes, which donated over 900 Thanksgiving meals across four counties last week. [Caps]
  • Mazel tov to John and Gina Carlson, who welcomed new baby boy Sawyer to their little family earlier this week!
  • Finally, from all of us DC sports fans... we’ll miss you, John. Best of luck in Houston :(
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