Brett Connolly‘s about to be rich. It couldn’t happen to a better 27-year-old silver fox.
Brett Connolly celebrated his 27th birthday over the weekend and Devante Smith-Pelly was there for the festivities.
Smith-Pelly documented the party with two pieces of media on his Instagram Story.
I have some great news to report. Brett Connolly opened up the scoring in Game Six after a great carry-in by Andre Burakovsky.
This is relevant to your interests because the team to score first has won every game of the Capitals-Hurricanes first-round series. [Crosses fingers, furiously knocks on wood]
The Washington Capitals lost TJ Oshie in Game Four to injury, but they got revenge in Game Five.
The Capitals scored six goals in front of their raucous home crowd, shutting out the Carolina Hurricanes 6-0.
Let’s review all the goals.
Right winger Brett Connolly will miss Saturday night’s match-up against the Tampa Bay Lightning. He is the fourth Capitals player to miss playing time due to illness recently after Carl Hagelin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, and TJ Oshie.
Connolly missed the morning skate and head coach Todd Reirden said he would be a game-time decision.
Like a band on tour, the Caps flu bug has landed at its latest venue: Brett Connolly’s body.
Connolly missed the Capitals’ morning skate on Saturday and will be a game-time decision against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Conno is the fourth Caps player to miss time due to this illness including Carl Hagelin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, and TJ Oshie. Hagelin and Oshie both missed games.
Loyal friend and slacker icon Brett Connolly‘s electrifying (contract-year) season continues unabated. Facing the Hurricanes on the road on Thursday, hockey’s oldest 26-year-old recorded the prettiest and smartest goal of the season.
Check out the big brain on Brett.
Last summer, after the Caps won the Stanley Cup, Caps forward Brett Connolly said he would not visit the Trump White House. “It has nothing to do with politics,” Connolly said. “It’s about what’s right and wrong.”
On Tuesday, after scoring his twentieth goal of the season, Connolly said he stands by that decision.
Principled, pizza-eating slacker dynamo Brett Connolly has hit a new career high in goals. Thanks to a savvy pass from Christian Djoos and his own commitment to the attack up close, Connolly has hit the twenty-goal milestone.
The Capitals announced on Wednesday morning that their next blood drive will be held on April 6 from 7AM to 5PM at MedStar Capitals Iceplex.
Fans who donate will receive a t-shirt and a bobblehead of Capitals forward Brett Connolly.
No word on if the bobblehead will also be eating pizza.
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