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Category Archives: Fans
Photo: Lasvegashighrisecondoliving About four weeks before the NHL paused the 2019-20 season due to the coronavirus pandemic, my dad and I went out West to see the Washington Capitals face the Arizona Coyotes in Glendale and the Vegas Golden Knights in … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals The NHL Fan Choice Awards are back and the Washington Capitals have nominations in five different categories. Voting is open and ends on June 1.
Alex Henderson, 12-Year-Old Capitals Fan, Makes Masks Amid Shortage & Gets a Surprise Call from Garnet Hathaway
Photos: Henderson Family & NBC Sports In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic and a major mask shortage, everyone is finding fabric to make masks and face coverings for themselves, their family, and frontline healthcare workers. Alex Henderson, a 12-year-old … Continue reading
“I’m A Huge D.C. Sports Fan, So It’s Fitting That I’m Making These Masks D.C.-Themed.”: How a Local Oncology Nurse is Helping to Protect Her Colleagues & Patients
Photo: Vanessa E. Last week, we brought you the story of two nurses, one a Washington Capitals fan and one a Philadelphia Flyers fan, making masks for D.C. first responders in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. I had the chance … Continue reading
Crossed Hockey Lines, Crossed State Lines, Brought Together Skills, & Helped Each Other Out: How Two Nurses Sewed Over 30 Capitals Masks For D.C. First Responders
Photo: @ChooChooTre Even in the darkest of times, light can still shine. Our communities and our nation are working together to fight this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Two nurses sewed more than 30 Washington Capitals masks for D.C. first responders. I had … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com In the midst of the NHL’s pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, Washington Capitals forward Jakub Vrana sent a message to the team’s season ticket holders which was released by the Capitals membership services on Monday afternoon.
Screencap: @BauerHockey Already binge-watched your favorite show on Netflix? Looking for something fun to do while in quarantine? Bauer Hockey, one of the biggest hockey equipment manufacturers, is promoting “Hockey at Home” using the #HockeyAtHome hashtag. During the NHL pause, … Continue reading
All Capitals Tickets Already Purchased For a Postponed Game Will Be Honored When the Game is Rescheduled
Photo: NHL.com Following Thursday’s news of the NHL pausing the season due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Washington Capitals announced on Friday that all tickets already purchased for a postponed game will be honored when the game is rescheduled.
Blue Jackets Become First NHL Team To Announce That They’ll Play Home Games With No Fans Due To Coronavirus
Photo: The Columbus Dispatch The Columbus Blue Jackets announced on Wednesday that their game against the Pittsburgh Penguins at Nationwide Arena on Thursday will be closed to the public after the state of Ohio banned mass gatherings due to the … Continue reading
St. Louis Blues’ defenseman Jay Bouwmeester received a loud standing ovation during Thursday’s game at Enterprise Center against the New York Islanders. When a stoppage of play occurred, it was announced he was in attendance. Bouwmeester waved to the crowd … Continue reading