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.
Friday, Beats By Dre released their latest promotional campaign entitled Be Heard. The commercial promotes the company’s Solo3 Wireless headphones and features some of the world’s greatest athletes including LeBron James, Serena Williams, Tom Brady, Kevin Durant, Michael Phelps, and Conor McGregor.
Oh yeah, Alex Ovechkin made a cameo in it too – sorta.
It’s been almost a year since Alex Ovechkin signed a multi-year endorsement deal with Papa John’s, and fans are finally getting a glimpse of The Great Eight slinging pies in his first television commercial for the chain.
RMNB got an exclusive first look at the 30-second spot, which imagines Ovi’s hockey career was a plan B to his first dream: to become the gr8est pizza delivery boy in the whole wide world.
Former RMNB member, Kyle Mace has his very own Hershey blog called Chocolate Hockey and he’s doing big things. A few weeks ago, Mace published a video of himself playing Hershey Bears forward Chris Bourque at NHL94.
On Wednesday, the same day Jakub Vrana received his first NHL call up, Mace published another video game feature, but this time it featured Vrana and fellow Czech Vitek Vanecek. It was chaos.
The trio navigated (poorly) the FIFA17 FUT Draft. “It look like we have the best team ever,” Vrana said with confidence, before taking on an online player.
The game would end with Vrana threatening to break the TV with his controller.
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