The Capitals’ Friday night game against the Leafs was a big one for them, giving them the chance to secure a 3-2 series lead over their opponents. Justin Williams did just that when he slid the puck past Frederik Andersen just 1:03 into overtime, giving the Caps a huge win.
Keeping in line with his exuberant celebration after Tom Wilson scored the Game One OTGWG, Alan May was understandably excited as he watched Justin William’s bring it home for the Caps.
May fiercely pumped his fists and clapped his hands as he… wait what is Brent Johnson doing?
— Alex Lewis (@aflewis) April 22, 2017
Is that… chewing tobacco?
Yep, it looks like Brent Johnson is spitting out his chewing tobacco into a water bottle to get ready for the post-game analysis.
Look, I know all of us sometimes resort to unhealthy habits to cope with the heart-wrenching, crippling stress of watching playoff games. But chewing tobacco is nasty and bad for you, so we’d like to point Brent and anyone else looking for new coping mechanisms toward our how-to guide for coping with stress during the playoffs.
It’ll help, we promise.
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