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Photo: @CapsPup Celebrating the 15th anniversary of the beloved show The Office, Washington Capitals‘ team dog Captain re-created the well-known opening known as The Dog Office.
Backstrom, Kuznetsov Switch Lines; Defense Shuffles; Boyd, Gudas Out, Leipsic, Siegenthaler In: News From Capitals’ Practice
The Washington Capitals held a Friday practice ahead of their tilt against the New Jersey Devils on Saturday (1:00 P.M. ET on NBC Sports Washington). Here is the latest from Medstar Capitals Iceplex.
Hath’s Heroes: Capitals’ Garnet Hathaway Visits Arlington County Fire Department Alongside Captain & Scout
Photo: @CapsPup After Wednesday’s practice, Washington Capitals forward Garnet Hathaway visited the Arlington County Fire Department as a part of his “Hath’s Heroes” program. Inspired by his great-grandfather, a Winnipeg firefighter, the 28-year old started the new program in December … Continue reading
Kuznetsov Participates In Line Rushes On The Third Line; Boyd Draws Onto The Fourth Line For Leipsic; VGK’s Stephenson Comments On Playing Against His Former Team: News From Capitals’ Practice In Vegas
Photo: Samantha Pell/WaPo The Washington Capitals held a Sunday practice ahead of their tilt against the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday (6:00 P.M. ET on NBC Sports Washington locally and on NBCSN nationally). Here is the latest from T-Mobile Arena.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and the Washington Capitals and Hershey Bears took to social media to spread some endearing messages for that special someone in your life.
Photo: @CapsPup Today marks four months since the Washington Capitals in partnership with America’s VetDogs welcomed Captain, the “team dog” and service dog in training. Players, staff, and fans have fallen in love with the Labrador Retriever. Let’s take a … Continue reading
Meet Scout: Corporate Puppy With A Purpose; Monumental Sports & Entertainment, America’s VetDogs Introduce Second Service Dog In Training (Photos)
After a special welcome at Capital One Arena on Wednesday night, Washington Capitals fans got an official introduction on Thursday morning to Scout, the second service dog in training that Monumental Sports & Entertainment (MSE) are raising in partnership with … Continue reading
Monumental Sports & Entertainment, America’s VetDogs To Welcome Second Service Dog In Training, “Scout” On Thursday
Photo: WUSA9 Nearly four months ago, the Washington Capitals in partnership with America’s VetDogs welcomed Captain, the “team dog” and service dog in training. Players, staff, and fans have fallen in love with the Labrador Retriever. On Thursday, Monumental Sports … Continue reading
He’s not quite a year old yet, but Captain is already celebrating his six-month birthday on Wednesday.
Photo: @CapsPup On Friday, the Washington Capitals and Captain traveled up to Long Island for a Saturday matinee against the New York Islanders, which was a crazy 6-4 comeback win for the visiting team. The Caps Pup made a surprise … Continue reading