For the first time since March 12, Pierre McGuire is back to give us hockey analysis during an NHL game. And he now has a new addition to his face.
McGuire has grown a beard.
Alex Ovechkin posted a video on his Instagram late Tuesday night. To Drake’s Nonstop, The Great 8 shaved his unkempt quarantine beard as his wife Nastya danced in the background.
This is quality quarantine content, you guys.
One Capitals player has decided to be well-kempt for the New Year.
Radko Gudas showed up to the Washington Capitals first practice of 2020 without his customary furry beard. This Very Important news was first shared by Miranda Rosenfelt on Twitter.
It’s the offseason, even for shavers.
Friday, Washington Capitals radio announcer John Walton debuted a slick new beard while speaking about Alex Ovechkin’s upcoming trip to China on NHL Network.
The Washington Capitals have been in the playoffs for just under two months now. Unlike every season save one in the last four decades, this has been sufficient time for our special boys to grow some mighty fearsome playoff beards.
But, the playoffs will last somewhere between one to three more games, so if we’re going to catalog and rank the Caps’ beards, we need to do it right now.
What follows is an authoritative and comprehensive accounting of the playoff beards of the 2017-18 Washington Capitals, sorted into tiers about which there can be no debate, so please no comments on this article. Thanks in advance.
Two seconds into the Sharks-Leafs game Thursday night, Nazem Kadri showed off his potential as a future beautician when he gave future Hall of Famer Joe Thornton an unplanned makeover.
The two star players got in an angry bout at center ice after exchanging slashes with each other during the opening faceoff.
During the fight, Kadri ripped part of Thornton’s iconic, jumbo-size beard literally off his face.
It’s the worst day ever and it just got worse. At Capitals Breakdown Day, Braden Holtby showed up to talk with reporters with a shaved face.
For over four years, we have been reporting on the best hockey beard ever. The Ovechkin Beard Guy, who also has an actual name, Eric Brooks, has been shaping his chin folicles in support of the Caps for what seems like forever now.
Tonight, the Ovechkin Beard Guy will has a new design on display and you’re going to love it.
Nearly four years ago, we reported on the gr8est hockey beard to ever be grown. Rockville, Maryland transplant Eric Brooks, whom we affectionately called the Ovechkin Beard Guy, shaped his lengthy facial hair into an eight at a Caps-Avalanche game.
The beard and the story went viral and we later learned that Brooks was an award-winning free-style beardist.
Brooks returned to Pepsi Center with the same beard last April, but he announced he has something new planned for the Caps game March 29th.
Taylor Winnik just broke some news on Twitter. Apparently, her husband Daniel is gung-ho on shaving his beard off.
Taylor just uploaded a screenshot of their text message conversation on Twitter and you guys, this is serious.
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