Connor McDavid needs just 13 points in his final eight games to reach the 100-point mark. The secret to his success? Nearly blinding himself with smelling salts.
With poofy hair and a bemused grin, Justin Williams’ look for team photos is notorious. Last year, standing next to the bald Jason Chimera, William vigilantly poofed his hair during the shoot to make sure his mop was in pristine condition. This coming Monday, the Capitals will take their 2016-17 team photo and Williams took to twitter to ask fans for advice.
On Monday night, the Dallas Stars celebrated Military Appreciation Night as they hosted the San Jose Sharks. Like the Capitals did, the Stars presented the evening with special warm up jerseys and hats. The Stars went above and beyond, rappelling a dog down from the rafters during the first intermission. Dogs are the best.
Lately, hockey just keeps hitting us in the feels. On Saturday, the St. Louis Blues organized a surprise reunion for Staff Sgt. Nathan Nenninger and his family. It’s adorable.
Because the Capitals love us, they captured footage of the players walking into the locker room at Staples Center, Saturday night. Wearing suits and looking all handsome, Capitals players walked by, ignoring the camera. And then Braden Holtby happened.
Bored with playing AHL hockey, former Caps forward Brooks Laich hosted a Q/A on Twitter today, using the hashtag #askBrooks. He got a question from former teammate Michael Latta.
Thursday night, Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk became the newest hockey unicorn when Canadiens forward Alex Galchenyuk’s stick slid up in his visor.
With a month left in the season, the Eastern Conference-leading Washington Capitals could potentially face the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round of the playoffs. The Bolts currently sit four points out of the second wild card spot, but were dealt a big blow on Thursday. Tampa Bay lost three of their centers, Vladislav Namestnikov, Tyler Johnson, and Cedric Paquette, to lower-body injuries during their game against the Minnesota Wild.
From top to bottom, we hate the Penguins franchise. From their obnoxious banners to their entitled players, the Penguins annoy us. But today, one Yinzer did something so compassionate and sweet, we had to highlight it here on RMNB.
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