Thanks to Mr. Leonsis for adding us to his “Ted’s Take” blogroll this weekend. He thought our blog name was “funny.” Speaking of Leonsis, the Caps are not done this offseason. Stay tuned.
Caps Outsider begs the question: What is the worst moment in Washington Capitals history?
Former Cap/Penguin/Cap again Chris Bourque is on his way to the K (HL, that is).
Russian Machine Never Breaks has an exclusive interview with Evgeny Kuznetsov. Don’t worry. It was transcribed into English.
In league news, are you bored of 2010 Free Agency? There’s only one thing to cure that figurative 2:30 feeling: 2011 Free Agency!
Staying in the division, the Florida Panthers have made LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade an offer that they can’t refuse: four floor tickets, a private box and VIP parking for all events at the BankAtlantic Center. I mean, they can easily refuse it, but the newest Heat can watch such great players like Nathan Horton and Gregory Campell. Oh wait…
More Southeast news: The Tampa Bay Lightning have acquired Philadelphia Flyers sniper Simon Gagne in exchange for defenseman Matt Walker and a 2011 4th rounder.
The “Great Free Agent Standoff of ’10” is over: Ilya Kovalchuk has signed. He will be returning to the New Jersey Devils. Too bad we came up with that name way too late. The deal is estimated to be in the range of 17 years and $100 million. Place your bets below on how many years Kovy actually plays of those supposed 17.