Therefore, and because you demand it, here’s a photo of Tom Wilson wearing a fancy blue suit.
CSN Washington’s Joe Beninati has won a swimming pool filled with Emmy statuettes for his unmatched calling of Caps games over the years. And you’re certainly well aware that he is a finely dressed man (we’ve documented every suit he’s worn over the last five years). And yes, we once had him dress our own Chris Gordon.
Our adulation of Beninati’s style has been loud and proud, but Hollywood has been slower to notice. No longer.
Earlier this week, E! Fashion Police star Giuliana Rancic (a Whitman High and American University graduate) called Joe B the best dressed play-by-play man in the NHL.
The Washingtonian published an interesting feature on Mike Green and Braden Holtby on Monday. You’re gonna wanna click and read it right now. It focuses on the personal lives, friendship, and style of the two Capitals.
“Fashion was one of the things that sort of brought [Mike Green and me] together, believe it or not,” Holtby said to Valeria Boucas.
Photo: Angela M.
RMNB reader Angela M. (who is from our hometown of Frederick, Maryland) is doing something great. As part of her bucket list, she’s seeing a Washington Capitals game in every NHL arena. Tonight, she will be taking in a game from Calgary’s Saddledome, the 22nd venue in which she’s seen the Caps play.
Angela got a special treat before puck drop too. As she was making her way to the Saddledome, she ran into Caps rookies Andre Burakovsky and Evgeny Kuznetsov. Sadly, Kuznetsov was not in his cowboy gear. Angela asked them for a picture, saying “it’s for RMNB.” They laughed and obliged.