By your powers combined… green hockey mullet! (Photo credit: Nathan Denette/Canadian Press)
Busy weekend for Adam Oates. After co-coaching Hershey to a 2-1 loss to the Ice Caps on Saturday, the Washington Capitals head coach took the first plane out of Harrisburg to this year’s Hockey Hall of Fame ceremonies in Toronto. On Sunday, Oates received an “honored members (only) jacket” and then participated in the Legends Classic game at Air Canada Centre. Monday morning, after being read his Hall of Fame plaque by selection committee co-chair Pat Quinn, Oates received his HOF ring. ‘Grats, Adam!
Photo credit: Bruce Bennett
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