Former Capitals forward Alan May may be a media member now, but that doesn’t stop him from celebrating a Caps goal as if he were still in his playing days.
Thursday night, May had another raucous celly after Tom Wilson scored in the first overtime to give the Caps a sudden death victory in Game One.
.@MayHockeyCSN, @RobCarlinCSN and @JohnnyGoalie12 were watching when Tom Wilson netted the game-winner, too. pic.twitter.com/gIhP1NKi1P
— CSN Capitals (@CSNCapitals) April 14, 2017
As you can see, May loses his collective $%^&. He stands up, raises his arms, and roars before fixing his headphones because oh crap we’re going live in 30 seconds.
Meanwhile, Brent Johnson gives us a Tiger Woods fist pump and Rob Carlin claps like he just got to see ending of Game of Thrones season six for the first time.
Let’s hope there are many more of these moments to come.
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