Funny story from Fan Fest


From left to right: Shane Gersich, Hampus Gustafsson, Lucas Johansen and Connor Hobbs during the Prospect Q & A.

Fan Fest is always a fun time to spend with my fellow Caps fan and watch the prospects during Development Camp. This year’s event gave me some funny stories but no major NHL trades like last year (The crazy “30 minutes of hockey” where P.K. Subban and Taylor Hall were traded from Montreal and Edmonton respectively).

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Thoughts on Caps OT win over Stars


Photo: Capitals

On Saturday night, the Washington Capitals and the Dallas Stars faced off for the first time in the 2016-17 season. They reside in different conferences which means they don’t see much of each other so there’s not much animosity that has built up (or so we thought). The Caps are currently sitting on the top of the NHL while the Stars are trying to climb back into the playoff picture in the Western conference. Also it is important to note that I am a fan and follow both of these teams closely.

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A New Season Begins…

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Photo: Patrick Smith/ Getty Images 

Tonight is the start of an 82-game journey called the National Hockey League regular season. Tonight the Washington Capitals start their season as the visiting team when the Pittsburgh Penguins celebrate their Stanley Cup Championship with a banner raising ceremony. While in Dallas, Texas, the Dallas Stars host the Anaheim Ducks and hope to maintain the success they had last season over the rest of the Western Conference.

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Tom Wilson is the Latest Capital to Accept the 22 Push-Up Challenge


On Thursday, Tom Wilson accepted the “22 Push-up challenge” from fellow Capital Karl Alzner. The significance of the “22 push-ups” is that they represent the 22 veterans (on average) who commit suicide a day in the United States. This challenge was created by the organization, Honor Courage Commitment Inc., in 2013 after learning the statistic that is the center of the challenge.

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