Wow. There’s a lot to unpack here.
Wow. There’s a lot to unpack here.
The Greens made an exciting announcement Monday morning. Courtney Parrie Green is pregnant with the couple’s second child, a girl.
“Baby #✌🏼on the way!” Courtney wrote. “We’re so excited for our little girl to join our family in November. Axel told us the other day that he will hold her hand. It will be so tiny. 🤗💗 He also asks daily for her to come out and play.”
Courtney is currently 18 weeks pregnant.
At some point soon, the Capitals anniversary posts will stop, but today is not that day.
On this very nice day of 6/9, we are celebrating the anniversary of when Capitals players visited Nationals Park, made bad decisions in Georgetown, and became legends.
It’s the one-year anniversary of fountain day.
There was once a time Alex Ovechkin vacationed in Turkey solo. But now, at 33 years of age, Ovechkin is bringing the whole fam.
Last week, the Ovechkins, including Ovi, Nastya, and baby Sergei, arrived at the Titanic Mardan Palace for some private time at the beach. And I’m happy to report, Alex is fully embracing his role as a dad. How do I know this? Because he wore matching blue swim trunks with baby Sergei over the weekend.
Braden and Brandi Holtby made a lot of peoples’ days at the Capital Pride Parade on Saturday. The hockey power couple gave away t-shirts and hugs in northwest DC.
But there was someone in particular that made Braden and Brandi light up with joy. That fan was Charlie McManus, better known as the Capitals’ T-Shirt Guy.
Let me explain.
Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby has arrived at the Capital Pride Parade and he’s wearing a pretty amazing shirt.
Holtby showed off his white tee in a photo with Capitals PA announcer Wes Johnson.
The highly marketable, highly handsome Tom Wilson is back in the digital marketing game. Wilson filmed an ad for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority or WMATA, the organization that runs the DC Metro.
“@tom_wilso recently visited Metro’s Greenbelt Railyard,” WMATA wrote on social media. They also posted some photos.
We haven’t had a party in almost a year. That changes this Friday.
On the anniversary of the Capitals winning the Stanley Cup, we will be at Walters Sports Bar to watch the re-airing of Game Five of the 2018 Stanley Cup Final between the Capitals and Golden Knights. Just don’t tell us what happens – we want to be surprised.
The party will start around 7 pm and end around 10-11. We expect you to wear your best Capitals championship gear or RMNB t-shirts.
Please join us! You can RSVP on our Facebook Event page.
St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko is making his first career appearance in the Stanley Cup Final. The Russian has three goals in the first four games of the series. That got me wondering: How good has Tarasenko’s Stanley Cup Final performance been among all Russian-born players of all-time?
What I learned is that he’s having a downright Ovechkinian series.
If you, like me, love it when elements of the NHL and WWE collide, then you’re going to love the below clip.
The St. Louis Blues trotted out Hockey Hall of Famer Brett Hull rev up the crowd before Game Four. Hull took the mic and then this happened.
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