In the spirit of RMNB’s unwavering commitment to hard-hitting journalism, here’s another update to Tom Wilson and TJ Oshie’s bizarre pregame butt-slashing routine.
Tuesday night at Verizon Center, Wilson decided to keep the ritual short, whacking Oshie’s gluteus maximus once. It paid off big time.
Braden Holtby’s passion for men’s fashion is well known and he’s continued to explore the art this season. Holtby did a photoshoot for GOTSTYLE and donned a fedora in a photoshoot for DC Luxury Magazine in October. He also rocked a fancy Smoky Bear hat/tan coat outfit after a recent practice at Kettler Capitals Iceplex.
Friday, Holtby shared his opinions about socks as part of a promotional video for the Caps Holiday Ticket Package. And I can report, he is very passionate and opinionated about the topic.
I don’t know about you, but when I was a little kid going to games at the MCI Center, my one goal was to get on the Jumbotron. That’s a pipe dream that I still haven’t accomplished to this day, but this small child at a Red Wings game now has.
On Saturday, the Red Wings took on the Anaheim Ducks at Joe Louis Arena. A stop in play allowed the in-arena camera team to pan to the crowd looking for the usual scores of happy fans to cheer and dance. The camera then settled on this very happy kid. He became the star of the show.
The Capitals held a team-building event in New York City earlier today. Players squared off into teams and played darts.
For Mr. Perfect (Tom Wilson) and V (Jakub Vrana), their day ended early after a poor performance.
“Quick exit at the dart tourney for @jakubvranaa and I,” Wilson wrote on Instagram.
So they did what any rational millennial would do with their spare time: they played on their phones.
A week after Barry Trotz went viral for his toughness, John Walton’s signature call is now having its day in the sun – sorta. Let me explain.
Saturday in women’s college hockey action, Boston University took on number-two ranked Minnesota at Walter Brown Arena. After 60 minutes could not decide the game, Natalie Flynn scored her second goal of the night to give BU a gigantic upset.
Boston University play-by-play man Max Wolpoff lost his mind.
You guys, the South Carolina Stingrays released their holiday video and it’s so fetch.
Based off that one Mean Girls talent show skit, four Stingrays players — announced as Santa’s helpers — do a choreographed number (poorly). After accidentally crashing into their boombox and causing the song to skip, the foursome is forced to sing Jingle Bell Rock kinda in unison.
This definitely qualifies as being so bad it’s god.
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