Game three for the Caps was anything but boring, in fact it was down right dirty. Of course we are talking about the Flyers and their fans. One even went as far as throwing a memorial bracelet for the late Ed Snider at Dmitry Orlov who was getting treatment for injuries sustained during a hit from Bellamare, who has since been suspended for game four of the series. All of this being said we know how hard it is once the game is over, you just want another game! Well to hold you over until 7:00pm we have ANOTHER gallery for you featuring all your faves (excuse the high volume of #46 photos in this one).
I know, I am just as amazed as you that I am getting this gallery out on the same day I took the photos. I have to say I was very excited to see the boys back at Kettler today. Whenever the guys are on a long road trip (especially one that didn’t go quite as well as we’d hoped) it always feels so good to see them back on the ice with smiles on their faces. We know some out there are losing their cool and freaking out that the Caps have had some pretty slow starts as of late, but we know they have what it takes and will continue to keep the faith…
Caps returned from their week long road trip to a full President’s Day crowd at Kettler today. The guys seemed to be in good spirits following a loss to the Dallas Stars Saturday night. The result of a packed practice? AWESOME photos to share. Please let us know what you think, and as always feel free to use our photos with appropriate credit! Enjoy!
Welcome to our first official gallery post! We have so many wonderful photos that are going to waste so we thought you might enjoy the opportunity to see them!
We are so excited to share and if you have a specific player you would like to see more of please let us know and we will do our best to cater to you. Also, feel free to use any of our photos, we just ask that you give credit or leave our watermark in the bottom.
Photos by: Brittney Marcum and Mel Abernethy
Without further ado:
The boys wore special camo jersey’s for warm-ups to support USO Metro and Defending the Blue Line