In things-I-didn’t-think-I’d-be-writing-about-after-midnight, two-time Peabody award-winner Larry King decided tonight was the night he should go public about who his favorite NHL player is. That player happens to be a certain Russian Machine.
Hard to play against, tough customer, character guy: those were some of the hockey superlatives thrown around by Barry Trotz and his players when asked about Tim Gleason, the team’s newly acquired D-man.
“He’ll keep people honest,” Trotz told reporters at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. “You want to take a shot at Greenie, he can back it up.”
Yep, despite whatever my zany Russian political science professor and Some People on the Internet say, Mike Green isn’t going anywhere.
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On February 27, 2015, In News, By Nathan Burchfiel
Every season around this time we get the same question: What will you do if Troy Brouwer is traded? The standard – and true – answer is that we won’t talk about it until it happens. Why would we?
But when your whole shtick relies on bad puns (Ed. note: “bad pun” is redundant) about someone’s last name, new ones occasionally just pop into your head and get trapped up like in a bottle. It’s like when you suddenly realize you’ve been singing “Up. town. Funk you up. Uptown funk you up.” You’re not really sure how it got back into your head but it’s there and there’s nothing you can do about it.
That’s what happened to me on Friday. There I was – minding my own business, trying to get some work done – and all of a sudden I couldn’t not think about how funny it would be for someone to start a super-fan group for Caps goalie coach Mitch Korn called the Korn Dawgs. Corndog costumes would probably look super duper inappropriate, so I preferred to imagine it as human hot dogs.
Over the last five years, journalist Adam Vingan has put his his heart and soul into covering the Washington Capitals. On Wednesday, Vingan announced that will be leaving the Capitals beat on March 16.
After four seasons covering the Capitals, I'll soon be moving to Nashville to report on the Predators for @Tennessean. I start March 16.
Vingan, hired by The Tennessean, will essentially replace the talented and respected Josh Cooper on the Nashville Predators’ beat. Cooper currently writes for Yahoo’s Puck Daddy. Vingan will be leaving behind his work for NHL.com, Washington Post Express, and NBC Washington.
While this is great news for Vingan, I am bummed. I consider Adam a good friend. I marvel at how he’s helped grow the Capitals community. He’s given me advice and helped me become a better writer and journalist.