With the Caps back from the all-star break, a third of the roster went on team-building event on Wednesday. Justin Williams, Braden Holtby, Marcus Johansson, Philipp Grubauer, Brooks Laich, Brooks Orpik, John Carlson, and Nicklas Backstrom braved a torrential downpour to take a private tour of The White House.
I’d give you more details, but the Caps didn’t share any. That’s okay; we’ve got social media.
MSNBC shows a man at White House gate wearing a NB19 shirsey (Screen-capture by Ian Oland)
In the wake of the news that Osama bin Laden has been killed, people — particularly young people — gathered around the White House. Since game two of the Washington Capitals’ series with the Tampa Bay Lightning had just ended when the news broke, a good number of fans were in presence.
Here are the eery photos of Caps fans sharing the experience with each other.
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