Photo credit: @dcsportsbog
Playing the Carolina Hurricanes on December 3rd, Washington Capitals center Mikhail Grabovski stepped out on the Verizon Center ice for warm-ups wearing a nameplate with his name spelled wrong. Instead of the i, Grabo’s last name was spelled with a y.
When Grabovsky came back for the first period, his jersey was correct. Since the i and the y in the Cyrillic alphabet are interchangeable, we had a giggle and moved on.
But now it’s back. Grabovski’s y jersey returned in Minnesota.
Photo via Reader Hunter N.
But this time he wore it the entire game. Yikes.
From the city that has brought you the Natinals and Andray Baltche.
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