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Today's Top Five: Mo Caps and Flyers


Fedorov vs. the Caps. (Reuters file photo)


1) A massive archive of Flyers-Caps fights, including a massive brawl from before most of the current Caps were born. (Japers Rink) (See more at In Ahead of the Play)

2) A Flyers fan previews the series with this: "All Caps fans are great people -- all seven of them! Seriously, outside of Washington are there any Caps fans? I hear the fan club is made up of Rod Langway's grandmother and Olaf Kolzig's red-headed stepsister." (Slap Shot)

3) The 2008 Caps as a MasterCard commercial. (On Frozen Blog, and nice Russian Revolution reference.)

4) Donald Brashear tells Philly sports talk radio that the only difference between playing in Philly and D.C. is the fans. (The 700 Level)

5) A simply amazing reenactment of the Chris Cooley-Todd Yoder pus explosion. (Chris Cooley Blog)

See also: Hip, Hip, Huet! t-shirts (Blog Show t-shirt shop), a profile of Daniel Briere the Magical Spearing Midget (View from the Cheap Seats), Dmitri Young on maternity leave (Nationals Enquirer), serious Nats attendance analysis (OMG), and a plea for the Celtics to stop resting players and "demolish Gilbert and his merry band of men" tonight. (Red's Army)

By Dan Steinberg  |  April 9, 2008; 12:41 PM ET
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Comments

Who is there to bog the WNBA draft this year?

Posted by: sitruc | April 9, 2008 1:10 PM | Report abuse

Crystal Langhorne won't be moving far...

Posted by: sitruc | April 9, 2008 1:30 PM | Report abuse

#8 pick to the Atlanta Dream is Tamera Young of women's basketball powerhouse JMU

Posted by: sitruc | April 9, 2008 1:39 PM | Report abuse


When I used to listen to WIP, their excuse for why they don't talk more about the Flyers (even though they broadcast their games) is that there were really only 18,000 hockey fans in the city and they all season tickets to the spectrum.

Posted by: odessasteps | April 9, 2008 7:42 PM | Report abuse

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