We made a new shirt honoring TJ Oshie’s legendary beer-chugging-through-his-jersey party trick. We really like it and we think you may too.
We made a few new shirts to celebrating the big shiny thing. You’re really, really going to like these.
Visit our store to purchase our latest design on t-shirts, tank tops, long sleeves, hoodies, baby onesies, and mugs!
How will you remember the 2017-18 Stanley Cup Playoffs? What image will be searing into your memory when you look back on these days? Will it be Tom Wilson entreating the refs? Devante Smith-Pelly celebrating a big goal? Alex Ovechkin hugging Braden Holtby after securing a big series win?
For us, the lasting image of the playoffs is this.
Having dispatched the Columbus Blue Jackets in six games, the Capitals are moving on to round two, where they will, yet again, face their arch-rival Pittsburgh Penguins.
With the amount of animosity between the fanbases, we at RMNB have not one, not two, not THREE, but FOUR shirts in our shop that will tell the world how you really feel about those flightless ice chickens.
The Capitals kick off their 2017-18 postseason run on Thursday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets. If you’ve been looking to give your wardrobe an upgrade to support the Caps on their quest for Lord Stanley’s Cup, you’re in luck. We’ve got five brand new designs for you to choose from.
All of our new designs are available to purchase now via the RMNB storefront.
Head coach Barry Trotz has given us many brilliant Trotzisms over the years from “feeding the right wolf” to “pulling the same rope.”
Today we celebrate his latest feat of word magic with a new RMNB t-shirt: “participation mode.” The print is in metallic silver-foil.
Despite suffering one of their worst losses of the season Thursday night, Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin is doubling down on a promise he made on the first day of training camp.
After a difficult offseason that saw many of the team’s veteran players leave, the famed goalscorer said “We’re not going to be suck this year.”
Well, we made that quote into a shirt. And today Ovechkin reached into his wardrobe and put it on.
When Christian Djoos was drafted by the Capitals in the seventh round of the 2012 NHL Draft, he defied all odds by making the NHL five years later. According to TSN, only approximately 10% of seventh-round picks ever become NHL players.
Last Wednesday, Djoos made a splash (get it?) in his NHL debut becoming the first defenseman in Capitals’ history to record two points in their first game.
To celebrate, we made a new shirt.
The Djoos is Loose, you guys, and we are happy to welcome this adorable little Swede onto the team.
In the wee hours of Friday morning, the Washington Nationals lost 9-8 to the Chicago Cubs, continuing a mind-boggling streak of futility for local sports teams.
None of the big four sport teams have won or made a conference final appearance since 1998 – a streak of 69 (nice) consecutive seasons. It is the longest active streak in all of sports.
To honor this terrible moment, we made a new shirt dedicated to our stupid, stupid city’s bad sports luck.
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