Morning Roundup: A heartbreaking loss and a promising win

  • Capitals
    • Game Over. A terrific regular season has ended with a thud. Ousted by a Montreal team with suffocating defense the Capitals will have nothing but time to reflect on their play and wonder about what could have been. [Peerless, Capitals Insider, Puck Daddy, On Frozen Blog]
    • The Knuble interference call will be talked about for a while, but in the end it's the Caps that failed to end the series for three straight games. [Puck Daddy]
  • Nationals
    • On the bright side, the Nationals went on the road and took the series from the Cubs behind a second solid start from rookie Luis Atilano. The Nationals are two games above .500 and are having their best start since coming to Washington. [MLB]
    • If the hockey game last night teaches fans anything it's savor what you have while you have it. Right now, it's fun to be a Nats fan. [D.C. Sports Bog]
    • Strasburg is doing very, very well in the minors. [Washington Post, Nationals Journal]
  • Orioles
    • After putting together back to back wins Guthrie and the O's get shellacked by the Yankees. [Baltimore Sun] 
  • Redskins
    • They say it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft. Get in your time machine, it's time to look back at 2007. [CBS]

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