Fresh off the monumental announcement last week that Washington will host the 2015 NHL Winter Classic, Caps/Wizards owner Ted Leonsis unveiled plans Tuesday to lean more on the Capitals fanbase for further insight into how they’d like to see the hockey organization grow.
Caps owner Ted Leonsis believes if his team can withstand the rigors of the new Metropolitan Division and make the playoffs, Washington will be a “legitimate” Stanley Cup contender in 2013, as he told Lavar and Dukes on Wednesday.
Grantland’s Zach Lowe compiled a list of NBA team names ranked in order of worst to first, counting down, and Ted Leonsis was none too pleased with where the Wizards’ placed.
“You can keep writing blogs and deluding yourself and thinking people will buy in,” Jason La Canfora said of Caps owner Ted Leonsis, in an utter verbal beating he unleashed on the entire Washington Capitals organization. One-by-one, La Canfora picked apart each flaw no one seems to want to mention.
When Caps owner Ted Leonsis approached 106.7 The Fan’s broadcast booth prior to Caps/Rangers Game 1, he noticed Lavar Arrington wasn’t rocking the red during a red out, so he walked to the nearest gift shop and bought him a new hoodie.
Capitals GM George McPhee is faced with finding the perfect coaching candidate for his players, a blend between Boudreau’s up-tempo style and Hunter’s protect-the-net mindset, but with free agency approaching and less and less candidates available, the head coach vacancy becomes increasingly more worrisome.
Joel Ward slammed home a rebound at 2:57 of overtime to give Washington a 2-1 victory over Boston on Wednesday night, sending the Capitals to the second round of the playoffs and ending the defending Stanley Cup champion Bruins’ hopes of a repeat.
The season will come to an end in one month and then Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis must decide what to do with this bumbling team. Here are five suggestions:
The Wizards should take just about any offer they get by Thursday’s trade deadline to take big men Andray Blatche or JaVale McGee off their hands.
Washington, DC-Capitals owner Ted Leonsis spoke for the first time following the Caps quiet trade deadline at the Congressional Hockey Caucus Briefing on Capitol Hill.