Ahead of the opening faceoff between the Washington Capitals and Columbus Blue Jackets, Capitals forward Jakub Vrana demonstrated some of his superior athletic abilities.
Vrana was the lucky interview-ee of eight-year-old Myles Dworkin, a young Capitals fan of Kensington, Maryland, who wants to be an on-air reporter when he grows up. Dworkin asked Vrana what his favorite dance move was.
Vrana didn’t just answer–he demonstrated. The two had a bit of a dance-off.
— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) January 12, 2019
“What’s your favorite dance move?” Myles asks.
“I have lots of them,” Vrana says. “Floss, I would say.”
Myles asks if we can see his moves. Vrana looks nervous.
“Uhhhh, Sure I can do it,” Vrana says, eventually finding some courage.
“I think I can beat you in it,” Myles tells Vrana smiling.
“You can beat me, for sure,” Vrana says. “I know you can.”
This is the second known time Vrana has done the floss. He also did it during the championship parade but with way more confidence
Myles will join the telecast during the game.
In honor of #CapsKidsDay, 8-year-old mini-broadcaster Myles Dworkin interviewing #Caps @JVranaa for @NBCSCapitals. Tune in to @NBCSWashington for pregame coverage. Dworkin also visiting @JoeBpXp and @Laughlin18 in the broadcast booth as part of his experience tonight. pic.twitter.com/Il9cWHk3wf
— CapitalsPR (@CapitalsPR) January 12, 2019
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