Halloween is just a few days away, and in the true spirit of the holiday, the Caps arrived at their practice rink at Kettler Capitals Iceplex this morning to a very unusual and spooky sight: Fog on the ice.
Check this out.
It might be a little foggy in the rink this morning. pic.twitter.com/ArNCcXqGGh
— Katie Brown (@katiebhockey) October 28, 2015
Oshie was referring to the 1986 movie Youngblood (starring Robe Lowe and Patrick Swayze), about a young star hockey prospect trying to prove himself to professional scouts, while also having to prove he can fight when challenged.
A similar situation took place at the Hershey Park Arena last month.
Let’s hope tonight’s game is the opposite of this situation: Not spooky for the Caps at all.
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