Hi, my name is Ian Oland. I’m driving this here Capitals bandwagon. Over the last few weeks, we’ve travelled all over North America, picking up many new friends. It’s been quiet lately, but with our boys owning a commanding 3-1 lead over rival Philadelphia, it’s time to whip the oxen and get back on Lord Stanley’s trail.
Tonight, we’re traveling to an undisclosed location to pick up former Law & Order: SVU star Christopher Meloni. Ah, Detective Stabler.
Meloni is a long-time hockey fan who’s had many allegiances.
Hockey anyone? Booyah! pic.twitter.com/4K1ouFnMqF
— Chris Meloni (@Chris_Meloni) October 26, 2014
He’s openly rooted for the New York Rangers.
#NHL Rangers rock!
— Chris Meloni (@Chris_Meloni) May 30, 2014
But unfortunately for Mr. Meloni, both of those teams are down 3-1 in their respective series. So the 55-year-old actor, originally born in Washington, DC, found his way back home tonight.
— Chris Meloni (@Chris_Meloni) April 22, 2016
Red and blue looks good on you, sir.
Meloni joins the Washington Nationals, The Karate Kid, Mike Milbury, Keith Jones, Keith Olbermann, Alan Thicke, Teddy Sears, Taylor Kitsch, Scott Stevens, Mike Rupp, Neil Smith, Mike Johnson, Dave Reid, Elliotte Friedman, Nick Kypreos, Doug MacLean, 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 on this here wagon.
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