Russian Machine Never Breaks
Oh snap.
Alex Ovechkin wears tribute to fallen Lokomotiv players under his jersey
Alex Ovechkin stalks his prey.
See: Tom Wilson scores first NHL goal. Tom Wilson records first NHL assist. Caps beat Isles 6-2.

Hearing a question to Marleau about Hertl and whether he was showboating, Thornton said:
“Shut up, have you ever played the game?”

When the press turned his way, he then added:
“I’d have my cock out if I scored four goals. I’d have my cock out, stroking it.”

Caps great Brendan Witt digs his RMNB t-shirt.
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Here’s our crash course to the 2013-14 season. A good catch-up if you weren’t following closely over the summer.

Puck drop imminent!

a legitimate Cup contender
shinnycomic:

Our hero chosen to bring her dopey boyfriend to the Caps game instead of her father. Now, we learn how Shinny, an avowed superfan, prepares for a big game — just like tonight’s Capitals bout with the Jets. There are rituals, superstitions, and traditions that must be honored. Everything must be just right or else it will surely spell disaster for the team.
I (Peter) try not to socialize with fans of other teams, so I can’t understand how Shinny could date one. And yet there he is– wearing a crisp, new, powder-blue Penguins jersey to the Caps game and smiling like a goon.
Shinny’s own preparations are something sacred. Whether or not you truly believe your special socks will affect the game’s outcome, we all fall into habits. Maybe it’s a certain beer or a preferred posture– maybe it’s the number of times you clap (four, any more and the cosmic vibrations might disrupt the Caps). You might know it’s meaningless, or you might not even know you’re doing it. But you are. We all do.
Tonight is a big game, and fan anxiety is high. Nothing is certain right now, and in times of uncertainty we retreat to ritual. That’s good– it’s one of the things that bonds us to each other. But there’s always one doof like Shinny’s boyfriend who spoils it.

Huge game tonight. Go CAPS!

shinnycomic:

Our hero chosen to bring her dopey boyfriend to the Caps game instead of her father. Now, we learn how Shinny, an avowed superfan, prepares for a big game — just like tonight’s Capitals bout with the Jets. There are rituals, superstitions, and traditions that must be honored. Everything must be just right or else it will surely spell disaster for the team.

I (Peter) try not to socialize with fans of other teams, so I can’t understand how Shinny could date one. And yet there he is– wearing a crisp, new, powder-blue Penguins jersey to the Caps game and smiling like a goon.

Shinny’s own preparations are something sacred. Whether or not you truly believe your special socks will affect the game’s outcome, we all fall into habits. Maybe it’s a certain beer or a preferred posture– maybe it’s the number of times you clap (four, any more and the cosmic vibrations might disrupt the Caps). You might know it’s meaningless, or you might not even know you’re doing it. But you are. We all do.

Tonight is a big game, and fan anxiety is high. Nothing is certain right now, and in times of uncertainty we retreat to ritual. That’s good– it’s one of the things that bonds us to each other. But there’s always one doof like Shinny’s boyfriend who spoils it.

Huge game tonight. Go CAPS!

New comic!! We start a new story arc this week, starting with that awesome moment when you score tickets to a hockey game.

New comic!! We start a new story arc this week, starting with that awesome moment when you score tickets to a hockey game.

New comic!! We flash back to a conversation held between Shinny and her boyfriend is those pivotal days before the CBA memo.
Also, MECHA-SHINNY

New comic!! We flash back to a conversation held between Shinny and her boyfriend is those pivotal days before the CBA memo.

Also, MECHA-SHINNY