The Washington Capitals are down 2-0 in their first round Stanley Cup playoff series against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Emotions are running high and lots of Capitals fans are taking their frustrations out on Twitter. The words “deep sadness” and “depression” have definitely been tossed around more than usual.
Luckily nobody on the other side is overreacting. Oh wait. No. I’m wrong.
Blue Jackets fans changed the Wikipedia listing for Capital One Arena.
According to Wikipedia, Capital One Arena is no longer owned by Ted Leonsis’s Monumental Sports and Entertainment, but by Blue Jackets’ goaltender Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky. It has also been noted to primary function as practice ice for the Columbus Blue Jackets, which doesn’t even make much sense.
Bobrovsky was sensational in Game Two, making 54 saves on 58 shots for the overtime win.
Now, some of you might be thinking, “Oh man, this is a sick burn!” but I need to be honest. I choose to think that this is a very premature edit on their part. I mean, you’re up two games and heading home so of course you’re at an advantage, but you aren’t done yet.
In fact, if Columbus does advance to the next round, they will be playing the Pittsburgh Penguins and most likely lose.
They’ve jinxed themselves. Caps in 6.
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