Last night’s Baltimore Hockey Classic was fun. Alex Ovechkin shattered glass just by looking at it, Braden Holtby chillaxed, and decapod crustaceans of the infraorder Brachyura attacked the ice. But the big treat for me– aside from, ya know, Caps hockey– was the return of Joe B’s suits.
As the world’s foremost academician on the topic of Joe Beninati’s gameday clothing, Tuesday night was like discovering an ancient tome of heretofore unknown wisdom. And to think: we’ve got like 80 more of these on the way.
I hope they and RMNB will be on Caps Convention and tell us what “major announcement” Ted L. will make at 10am Sat according to today’s intriguing, very unusual press release. If it means Winter Classic in DC in 2015, which seems too early to announce, then ‘big’ NHL guys have to be there, or maybe this is about signing of Kuzya?!?
Last nights’ suit was a strong opener. Several patterns, varied pallet….
I think we’ll have guys at CapsCon. Chris probably, Ian maybe, me definitely not.
(I’m pretty sure I know what the announcement is, but I’m gonna stay hushed up.)
It’s not Kuznetsov. He would have to get out of his KHL contract and we’d hear about that first.
I don’t know if it’s an outdoor game thing. Usually the NHL is the one who announces that and yes, it is mighty early to be doing so.
So yeah, I’m not going to wildly speculate like others have. Maybe this will make it to Saturday and actually be a nice surprise 😀
damn you, Peter
The USA Warriors will have a booth at the Caps Convention! Visit us in Booth 46!
Totally agree, Peter. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that Joe B. is the AntiCherry…
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