Selfies With Pierre McGuire Are The Best Selfies

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Nice beard. (Photo: @n_menz8)

When Ellen DeGeneres took a bunch of selfies with stars during the Oscars, it seemed like an organic thing (it wasn’t). The event put selfies on a national stage. Since then, they’ve gone from something teh kids and Mark Ruffalo do– to something your parents do to be cool and oh my gawd mom like I can’t believe you just did that. Some companies have exploited the technique for self-promotion. (Samsung, I’m wagging my finger here. Billy Bush.. just.. no.)

So can we take the selfie back and make it cool again? Some hockey fans have taken the first step by taking selfies with that paragon of cool, Pierre McGuire, during the playoffs.

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Last night, Chris Gordon published a photo post entitled Evgeny Kuznetsov, Jay Beagle Take Adorable Selfies With Fans After the Final Game of the Season (Photos).

Yeah. Our resident photog posted a bunch of photos of people taking photos. It was our third most read post on Sunday. The internet is a dumb place.

Well, the actual Caps fans taking those photos with actual Caps players have graciously reached out to us and now we’ve got the original selfies.

Brace yourself. These are great.

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Photos by Chris Gordon.

Jay Beagle may not own a smartphone, but he’s a nice dude. After Sunday’s 1-0 shootout loss to Tampa, the Caps held the ritual Jerseys Off Our Backs ceremony. When a man was presented with Beagle’s game-worn sweater, team photographers were swarming all around. However, the guy had more important business: Taking a selfie with Jay Beagle.

Later in the ceremony, someone else got the same idea. After pulling number 92, a gentleman tried to take a selfie with Evgeny Kuznetsov. His arm, however, was too short. Not to fear. Kuznetsov, an active user of social media, took control, asking for the phone and taking the series of photos himself. It wasn’t Kuznetsov’s first time doing that either.

Related: The Selfies With Evgeny Kuznetsov and Jay Beagle From Fan Appreciation Day

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Photo: @Ovi8

Alex Ovechkin‘s second full day of the Sochi Olympics was another busy one. Like Monday, Ovi did a whole lot of press, speaking with the media in a press conference with Team Russia. Unlike Monday, he actually got to take in the sights as well, attending some figure skating with fiancee Maria Kirilenko and hobnobbing with other Russian sports royalty.

We’ve got your full recap right here.

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The Story Behind This Braden Holtby Selfie

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Editor’s Note: RMNB reader Lily P. went to Washington Capitals practice a few days before the NHL’s Christmas break. Instead of asking a player for an autograph or a photo with them, she went high concept. Here is her story.

After wanting to go for a very, very long time, I finally went to a Caps practice at Kettler on December 23rd. I had a very special experience. One of my favorite players is Braden Holtby and I really wanted to meet him. He was practically the last guy on the ice that day but as he started making his way towards the locker room, he turned and walked back towards the fence where I was after a few kids shouted his name.

Despite looking absolutely exhausted, Braden signed a whole bunch of autographs. I was really close in line petrified, not knowing what to do.

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Photo credit: @Whitemooseranch

The Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins renew their rivalry at 8pm tonight. I’m very excited. Also, excited: former Caps defenseman Brendan Witt who just posted this selfie of himself on Twitter.

We’ve been getting scores of pictures all day of people rocking the Deadguins shirt (buy it here). It’s only appropriate we put them up. Tweet us your pics !

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