The Oshies and Alzners Are Going to Disney World For the All-Star Game Break

With the Capitals entering the All-Star Game break on a seven-game losing streak, and Head Coach Todd Reirden, defenseman John Carlson, and goaltender Braden Holtby representing the team in San Jose, the rest of the team and NHL will be recouping some energy and relaxing over the next several days. For T.J. Oshie and his family, they will be spending the All-Star Game break at Disney World with former Capitals defenseman Karl Alzner and his family.

A photo posted to Oshie’s wife Lauren’s Instagram account shows the Oshies’ daughters Lyla and Leni with Alzner’s daughter Stella and son Anson, who all look excited at the chance to visit “the happiest place on earth”.

Alzner spent nine seasons with the Capitals before departing the team in free agency following the 2016-17, signing a five-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens. Alzner has played in just nine games this season with the Habs, before being placed on waivers and being sent down to the American Hockey League. Oshie, meanwhile, has played in 39 games this season, recording 28 points while averaging 18:48 of ice time a night.


By Michael Fleetwood

About Michael Fleetwood

Michael Fleetwood was born into a family of diehard Capitals fans and has been watching games as long as he can remember. He was born the year the Capitals went to their first Stanley Cup Final, and is a diehard Caps fan, the owner of the very FIRST Joe Beninati jersey and since then, has met Joe himself. Michael joined the NoVa Caps team in 2015, and is most proud of the growth of the NoVa Caps community in that time. An avid photographer, Michael resides in VA.
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3 Responses to The Oshies and Alzners Are Going to Disney World For the All-Star Game Break

  1. Great to see they are still able to keep in touch and get together during the season, albeit on a break!

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