Capitals Players Troll Each Other Prior to USA-Canada Game

by Chris Lingebach

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Moments prior to the Men’s Olympic Hockey semifinals matchup between USA and Canada, Capitals players from the opposing countries engaged in a little nationalism-infused hijinks.

Thousands of miles from Sochi in Arlington, Va. (apparently too far a distance for Google to determine), John Carlson’s locker at Kettler Capitals Iceplex was the target, and yet-to-be-named Canadian players on the Caps roster were seemingly the assailants.

Of course, Carlson couldn’t defend his territory because he was too busy representing Team USA in the actual game.

[Sky Kerstein]

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Thankfully heroism doesn’t discriminate between young and old.

Enter 19-year-old American defencemen patriot Connor Carrick, defending his country in the only way he knows how.

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USA would lose to Canada, 1-0, and will play Finland for the bronze medal on Friday.

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