Two years ago, Tom Wilson, Michael Latta, and Andre Burakovsky all lived with each other in an apartment in Arlington. The trio labeled themselves “brobeans” and, according to Michael Latta, couldn’t stop wrestling with each other.
Last September, Burakovsky moved out, citing a need for privacy. It put in motion a Jenga-like collapse for the Caps roomies, as Michael Latta was later non-tendered by the team in June and signed with Los Angeles in July.
However, on Monday night things finally seemed to get back to normal for our favorite boys when Burakovsky tweeted a photo with Tom Wilson.
Boys are making dinner.🍴 pic.twitter.com/yFBec8QtIk
— andre burakovsky (@andreburakovsky) October 11, 2016
The brobeans are making dinner together! Teammate Brett Connolly even had a special message for Burakovsky because look how excited he is.
@andreburakovsky settle down
— Brett Connolly (@bconnolly8) October 11, 2016
According to Isabelle Khurshudyan, Burakovsky and Wilson are now neighbors and living in the same apartment building.
In other Tom Wilson news: he and Andre Burakovsky are now neighbors. Live in the same building.
— Isabelle Khurshudyan (@ikhurshudyan) October 3, 2016
Wilson ultimately decided to rent an apartment in the same building as fellow young winger Andre Burakovsky, joking that their relationship resembles a big brother with a little one. “If you want to hang out, he’s close. If you want your space, you have your own,” Wilson said. They spend time at the pool, or go over to each other’s apartments to cook together.
Is it just me or does the universe feel aligned again?
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