Like any good Caps fan who had to work during Monday night’s Game Six between the Capitals and the Tampa Bay Lightning, Julian Sadur had the game on in the background. Unlike most fans, Sadur works in live television, so his reaction to Devante Smith-Pelly’s goal mid-way through the third period that put the Caps up 2-0 was seen by a lot more people.
Sadur saw the goal happen during the final minutes of the evening news broadcast on 47 ABC in Salisbury, Maryland. Sadur, who anchors the broadcast, couldn’t contain his excitement as his co-hosts tried to wrap up the show.
— Julian Sadur (@JulianSadur) 22 May 2018
While the weatherman finished his segment, Sadur could be seen grinning from ear to ear and looking around the set as if to say, Did everyone see that?!
He barely squeaked out his closing plug for the station’s website before yelling, “Go Caps!” and fist-pumping while his dumbfounded colleagues finally realized that the Caps had scored.
According to his Twitter bio, Sadur attended Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, and graduated from Towson University.
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