Washington Capitals forward Troy Brouwer is a man’s man. He’s gruff and beard-y. He’s a little like the Ron Swanson character in real life (except super nice). That’s why, when the Brouwer Pouwer leader was introduced as a “hero” at Friday’s Washington Wizards game, you could tell it made him a little uncomfortable.
Or maybe that’s just because they decided to trot him out with the team’s furry blue mascot G-Wiz and the mascot started talking to him while under the suit. I’m still not sure which.
Also, I know what I’m posting on Twitter every time Brouwer scores now!
Brouwer strategically wore a Nationals hat. As the Brouwer Rangers have previously documented, he has a huge collection of baseball lids and we have no idea what team this guy roots for. No word on whether he owns one of the Orioles.
— Brouwer Rangers (@brouwerrangers) January 10, 2015
Less than an hour later, Jack got to meet Troy somewhere near The Greene Turtle.
— Jack Vance (@jackisback70) January 10, 2015
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