Washington Capitals head coach Todd Reirden held a conference call with reporters Monday morning. It marked the first time he’s spoken to the media since the coronavirus outbreak suspended the NHL’s 2019-20 season.
Reirden said during the call that he’s sheltering in place with his wife Shelby and his 17-year-old son Travis, who has an immune system disorder. “We’ve had to be careful about what we bring into the house” to keep him safe, Reirden said.
But all that extra time at home has meant more TV time and the Reirdens have watched some eclectic programming.