The new, limited-run publication spotlights exclusive photos, interviews, and lifestyle content of players from this season’s roster. Two stories featured in the magazine include a narrative written by Capitals’ senior writer, Mike Vogel, of captain Alex Ovechkin’s change of the landscape of hockey in the region. Fans can get to know more about forward Tom Wilson’s project called Forty Three’s Friends in the community, written by Kim Olsen.
The magazine retails for $19.99 (plus tax) at Capitals’ team stores. On December 21, fans who buy $50 (before tax) worth or more of merchandise, W Magazine will be offered as a free gift with your purchase.
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From the Capitals
Washington Capitals W Magazine, a new annual publication produced by the Washington Capitals, is now available for purchase at the Team Store at Capital One Arena and at the Team Store at MedStar Capitals Iceplex.
A limited run publication, Washington Capitals W Magazine is available for $19.99 (plus tax). In addition, W Magazine will be offered as a free gift with purchase on Dec. 21 at each store when fans buy $50 worth or more of product (before tax). The magazine features exclusive photography, content and interviews on lifestyle topics with each member of the 2019-20 roster. In addition, W Magazine includes a narrative on how Alex Ovechkin changed the landscape of hockey in Washington D.C., authored by Capitals senior writer Mike Vogel, and a profile on Tom Wilson‘s community program, Forty Three’s Friends, written by Kim Olsen. W Magazine also features never before seen personal photos provided by Capitals players.
Players were photographed for the publication at 672 Flats managed by KETTLER, Latitude Apartments and at Capital One Arena. Photography services were provided by Patrick McDermott, Greg Powers and Damon Banks.
By Della Young