Hi, I’m Ian Oland. I’m the chauffeur and horse-musher of this very fine Caps bandwagon. I spent all afternoon with my hammer and nails, extending out the cab a few more feet. I heard a few more people would be joining us tonight.
First, we must travel to Secaucus, New Jersey, to pick up former Capital, 2007 Hall of Fame defenseman, and three-time Stanley Cup champion Scott Stevens. The former Conn Smythe Trophy winner currently works for NHL Network as an analyst. He filled out his playoff bracket and picked our Caps to beat the Kings in the Stanley Cup Finals.
But Scott and company, hurry up and get seated. We’re not done quite yet tonight. We also have to ford a river and travel up to Toronto to get three more fine gentlemen: Sportsnet analysts Elliotte Friedman (we loved your Laich interview), Nick Kypreos (another former Capital), and Doug MacLean.
— Shea Angus (@Sheangus) April 13, 2016
I love the solidarity here. When an entire panel picks you, you know you’re the bees knees.
To summarize, these lovely hockey lifers join Mike Modano, Roddy White, Alex Trebek, Larry King, All Hockey Oddsmakers, EA Sports’ NHL 16, and this number eight branded Utz potato chip my mother gave me.
Until next time.
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