Eat your heart out, Ellen. (Photo: Chris Gordon)
For some this has been a long week. That’s because of the fallout from RMNB Party 6. We’re not even remotely sorry.
On Saturday night, RFD gave us the keys to their private back bar and 300+ of you cycled in to watch the Caps/Sharks game with us. It was magical. The Caps ended their 21-year losing streak in San Jose and about 150 of you jumped for joy in the wee hours of the morning with us when it happened. Seriously. The video is below. It was like a hockey mosh pit.
Along the way, we all made some new friends. Horn Guy and Goat cheered the team on. And I debuted the new Brouwer Rangers helmet I will wear at Verizon Center this Saturday.
Thanks to all of you who hung out with us. To those who didn’t: tsk, tsk. You missed out.
I don the helm. Owen (the #PerryCelly sign guy) watches in awe.
Brouwer Ranger Nathan is proud of what he hath wrought. Also: Brouwer bomb.
Peter admires the handiwork.
Oh. Dear. More iPad photos.
There were girls there. Here’s proof. Also: Hassett bomb.
Meredith brought her non-hockey boyfriend Zac to the party. They’re adorable.
Applause of some kind. Peter is making a dumb face.
A photo of a selfie of a Brouwer Ranger helmet. It’s a meta onion; just peel the layers.
Goat cheers backwards.
Sam blows up the place.
Peter holds two cellphones and someone else’s Heineken. Don’t drink Heineken, kids.
Sweet relief. Intense feels.
Brouwer booty bomb.
Marvel at Sheena’s Brouwer bouffant.
If you have any photos from the night, feel free to upload and share them in the comments below. Thanks again, everybody! We should do it again sometime.
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