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Friday Caps Clips

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: looking back on Dillon’s brief stint as a Cap, Washington loans another prospect, and more.

New York Islanders v Washington Capitals - Game Three Photo by Elsa/Getty Images

Your savory breakfast links:

  • Breaking down the 2019-2020 season for Brenden Dillon... [Rink, RMNB]
  • ...and Carl Hagelin. [Peerless]
  • The Capitals announced yesterday that they have loaned blueline prospect Alexander Alexeyev to the KHL’s Salavat Yulaev Ufa to begin the 2020-2021 season, which is looking to be a trend for prospects across the league. [Capitals]
  • There are plenty of talented free agents hitting the market this offseason, but which ones should the Capitals be paying close attention to? [StarsandSticks]
  • Want to relive some of the best Caps games of the season? Look no further than this excellent list. [NoVa Caps]
  • How much money will GMBM and the Capitals have to work with next season? Hint: it’s not a lot. [NBCSW]
  • The NHL announced a series of initiatives to combat racism and accelerate its inclusion efforts yesterday, and Monumental Sports partner Earl Stafford will serve as a member of the NHL Executive Inclusion Council, which will be committed to fostering diversity and inclusion in hockey. [NHL]
  • In other league-wide news, both the Flyers and Canucks forced Game 7s in their respective series last night. That means it’s time to settle in for three - yes, you read that right, three - Game 7s in 28 hours, if you feel so inclined.
  • Finally, watch Sergei Ovechkin stickhandle better than half of the players in the NHL: