I like to think that the headline photo captured Brett Connolly dancing. It’s Friday and we’ve got hockey, so let’s dance.
The first place Washington Capitals travel to Pittsburgh tonight to take on the third place Penguins. Seeing as these two teams don’t have much of a history and aren’t family with each other, this will be a good chance to get acquainted. For Caps fans, it’s a rare chance to get to watch players such as Sidney Crosby, Phil Kessel, and Evgeni Malkin.
This tilt begins at 7 PM and will be on NBCSW. Christopher Cerullo will have the Friday night recap for you.
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The Capitals had a sparsely attended morning skate today. It appears Vrana and Chorney are the scratches again. The safe bet is that the lines will stay the same.
Ovechkin – Kuznetsov – Wilson
Burakovsky – Backstrom – Oshie
Stephenson – Eller – Connolly
Chiasson – Beagle – DSP
Djoos – Carlson
Orlov – Niskanen
Orpik – Bowey
An Edmonton reporter did a very silly thing yesterday. He basically had a Twitter tantrum over the fact that Al Montoya didn’t speak to the media on the day he was starting in goal. Not only was he throwing a tantrum about something silly, but his wording was poor and implied that Montoya was weak mentally. This was a little tone deaf considering Wednesday was #BellLetsTalk. We all have moments we wish we had handled differently and the reporter has since apologized, so my point isn’t to flame him.
My point is that after the game the reporter tried to ask Montoya a question and Montoya handled the situation exactly how he should have. Al Montoya for President.
Someone’s mom was in Walmart trying to find WWE action figures. She just so happened to, unknowingly, ask WWE wrestler Bray Wyatt if he knew anything about wrestling, presumably so he could help her pick out an action figure. “That’s me,” Wyatt said, reaching for his own action figure. Life is weird, man
Headline image: Cara Bahniuk
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