The Washington Capitals are up in snowy, gross Boston to face the Bruins. The last time the Bruins beat the Capitals was March 29, 2014. I need this trend to keep going, especially since the Celtics and the Patriots are always winning. The Bruins stayed up late last night taking home a W after a 3-2 overtime win against Detroit, while the Capitals have had a bit more rest.
No pressure or anything, but judging from history and the amount of rest each team has received, I’m pulling for a win. I’m also very sorry if everything is jinxed and we lose 38-0.
Game is at 7PM. Be sure to follow along with us on the twitter dot com (while you still can). Patrick will have your recap.
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Nooooo changes, gang. Braden Holtby is starting and is 12-2-0 against the Bruins with a .944 save percentage. Again, no pressure.
Ovechkin – Backstrom – Wilson
Vrana – Kuznetsov – Chiasson
Connolly – Eller – Burakovsky
Stephenson – Beagle – DSP
Orpik – Carlson
Orlov – Niskanen
Djoos – Bowey
Every single time the Capitals face the Boston Bruins, I think of one thing and one thing only: an absolutely unfazed Braden Holtby.
Such a beautiful time. What else happened that night? Oh yeah, I openly declared my love and allegiance to Joel Ward forever and always. I also almost blew my friend’s eardrums out.
Back at it again with the faves of 2017. I’m going with the best viral video of 2017. The internet can be a bad place, but what many videos have shown is that it can also be a really good place. For example, my cousin thinks the video of Wendy Williams fainting was the best. Jimmy Kimmel cited the video of that football player that thanked both his wife AND his girlfriend after a match. Personally, I (as well as those on the RMNB slack and across the world) believe this should take the cake:
Ohhhhh yeah, it’s that baby that strutted in during her dad’s BBC interview. I love her and I love this family.
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