Brooks Laich was in-studio with the Junkies and was asked about the far-fetched possibility of posing in Playgirl Magazine (in light of Steve McCatty). More importantly, he was asked to name his price.
More than a week after Washington was eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs, it’s expected that many Capitals players have fled the metropolitan confines of D.C. for their hometowns and an offseason of recovery. But not Brooks Laich.
Unlike last May when coach Dale Hunter surprised Washington with his resignation after less than six months on the job, it figures to be a pretty quiet next few weeks for the Caps.
Not that he would, but John Tortorella should never challenge Adam Oates to a fight. Oates doesn’t like that Torts has been bad-mouthing the Capitals, and when he was asked what would happen if the two were in a a one-on-one fight, well … he didn’t have to think about it.
Alex Ovechkin played the last two games of the Washington Capitals’ season with what the team says is a hairline fracture in his left foot.
“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.
In an interview with the Junkies Thursday that came off more like a state-of-the-franchise, Caps head coach Adam Oates seemed to lend some wisdom as to what direction the team will go in with its once young core of Ovi, Backstrom and Green.
106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes, no stranger to radio rants, had an epic blowup on the air Wednesday, holding Alex Ovechkin accountable for his lack of leadership as well as the entire Capitals roster for six straight disappointing seasons. And he does it like no one else.
PGA Tour rookie David Lingmerth shares something in common with Capitals fans. Along with blowing a chance to tie Tiger Woods at TPC Sawgrass Sunday, he suffered through the Capitals “painful” Game Seven loss to the Rangers on Monday, because he’s a Caps fan apparently.
It’s a sad fact that Washingtonians expect their teams to lose and are shocked when they don’t. Only one city with NHL, NBA, NFL and MLB teams has waited longer for a champion than D.C.
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