RMNB’s New Scoarlov Shirt


When Dmitry Orlov scored his first NHL goal four years ago, Peter blurted out something brilliant on the RMNB account. To this day, I still don’t know how he thought of it.

Since then, Orly doesn’t score mere goals. He SCOARLOVs. On Saturday night, we got our first Orly goal in nearly two years. There was no guarantee we’d see that after a badly broken wrist in the World Championship threatened Orlov’s career. Our new t-shirt commemorates that perseverance and welcomes the many scoarlovs yet to come.

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Halloween has come and gone, which can means now we prepare for snowy days, roasting turkeys, and the arrival of ear-splitting annoying carols on forever loops in retail shops. The holiday season is here!

To properly celebrate, RMNB is proud to present its first ever Ugly Holiday Sweater!

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Alex OvechkinTJ OshieEvgeny Kuznetsov. With the injury to Nicklas Backstrom that kept him out of the preseason and first few games of the regular season, Kuznetsov soon found himself centering the top line with Ovechkin and Oshie. And the result so far has been magical. In five games, the top line has combined for 16 points and led the Caps to a 4-1 start.

We wondered what nickname our new top line should have. RMNB reader Andrew Dionne came through in the clutch.


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RMNB Presents The Brobeans T-Shirt


Back at the start of the season, we learned a wonderful thing about then-roommates Andre Burakovsky, Tom Wilson, and Michael Latta.

Andre’s nickname for his friends/teammates is “brobeans.”

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RMNB in the Latest Issue of ESPN The Magazine

RMNB in ESPN The Magazine

First, it was Remy. Now, there’s a RMNB T-Shirt cameo on page 27 of the latest issue of ESPN The Magazine, which features Jake Locker on the cover. We are very humbled and extremely honored to have been included! For those of you who are interested in owning one of these delightful T’s, The Mag will be giving a few of them away on Monday. Just make sure to follow them on Twitter. Since we’re on a bit of a hot streak, the next thing we’re going to work on is getting CSN Washington anchor Russ Thaler to scream “RUSSIAN MACHINE NEVER BREAKS!” before Game 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs with red war paint on. I mean, if we can get into ESPN The Magazine, anything is possible.

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