By Ian Oland
There was a consequential trade made between a Capitals fan and Tom Wilson ahead of Washington’s game against Edmonton, Wednesday.
A fan held up a sign that asked Wilson if he would trade a warmup puck for a dog toy she bought into Rogers Place. The toy was for Halle Wilson, Tom’s dog.
Tom made the deal, but the toy got delivered to the wrong dawg.
well, that's a first pic.twitter.com/nCWkd6Ucbd
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) March 10, 2022
Wilson handed the chew toy to Nic Dowd who immediately put it in his mouth and bit down.
To each your own, I guess?
This is the second time a Capitals player has taken a gift from a fan and put it in their mouth. In December, TJ Oshie traded a puck for a plush donut.
Screenshots: TNT/@Capitals Twitter
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