During the Caps game against the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night, Caps fans in attendance were treated to the newest Caps bobblehead, which they’ve dubbed the #BobbleBeast.
While Tom Wilson is still salty about losing the bobblehead election to Braden Holtby, penguin-hating Lucca Carlson seems just fine with the outcome. (more…)
Remember the mess that was the 2016 election? No, not the presidential election. We’re talking about the Caps bobblehead election.
After a dog-eat-dog fight to choose the Caps next bobblehead elect, Braden Holtby reigned supreme over Tom Wilson and Justin Williams (despite the fact that most of the Caps team, including the winner himself, voted for Justin Williams).
Months later, it seems that Wilson is still not over losing.
The Capitals unveiled the latest in their long series of bobblehead giveaways on Thursday, and it’s an instant contender for the best one yet.
Defenseman Nate Schmidt is immortalized in the newest figurine, which will be available to donors at the April 8 blood drive at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. Of course he’s smiling.
The Washington Capitals have been on a roll with bobbleheads this season. In August, we got Dmitry Orlov, our favorite unsung Russian defenseman who wasn’t even under contract with the team at the time. On November 8, we had the most consequential election of our time, as Braden Holtby beat out two other candidates to be immortalized in resin. A little while later, the Capitals released a divinely inspired Alex Ovechkin bobblehead.
On Friday morning, the Caps unveiled their latest creation: Lars Eller, depicted in the most glorious form of artwork, the bobblehead.
The Washington Capitals have clearly stepped their bobblehead game up this season. A week after allowing fans to vote for one of three fantastic personality-driven player bobbles, the Capitals released their holiday ticket package and its accompanying gift is one of the most clever Alex Ovechkin bobbleheads ever produced.
Tuesday night, the results of a Very Important Election were announced. No, not the United States presidential election–the Caps Bobblehead Election!
After a flurry of hashtag voting, it was revealed that Braden Holtby is your winner. Holtby beat out Justin Williams and Tom Wilson, despite apparently not voting for himself.
Today is November 8, election day in America, and…
*Wait, have you voted yet? You haven’t? Dude, stop reading this immediately and go vote right now. Cool? Cool.*
While many of you are mainly concerned with who the next US President will be between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, inside the Capitals locker room there is a great debate about another (ceramic) neck-and-neck race.
The Capitals are hosting a vote for the next Capitals bobblehead between Braden Holtby’s holtbyism, Tom Wilson’s Wiiiiillllllsssssssooooon Halloween costume, and Justin Williams’ fro.
The players are divided. Some of the candidates aren’t even voting for themselves.
November 8 is election day in the United States. And this year, the Caps are giving fans the chance to make another very important decision: What should the next Capitals bobblehead giveaway be?
Tuesday morning via Facebook Live, the Capitals revealed the three candidates for the bobbleheads and they are tremendous.
Inova Blood Donor Services holds blood drives at Kettler Capitals Iceplex every few months. Their next event is scheduled for Saturday, August 6 from 7AM to 5PM. This time around they will be giving away Dmitry Orlov bobbleheads and a Capitals t-shirt to anyone who donates blood.
For those who interested, you can sign up for an appointment here. Not only will you help save a life, but you’ll also go home with a collectible of the Caps’ best Russian defenseman.
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