Tag Archives: Pittsburgh Penguins

The Caps Are The Champs, But Us Fans Are The Winners

By | June 13, 2018

While this quote might be from Napoleon Bonaparte, considered by many to be the greatest military leader in human history, I think it sums up the the better part of the last three decades of DC sports fandom succinctly yet superbly: “Victory belongs to the most persevering.”

Hello, Stanley: The Washington Capitals Are Eastern Conference Champions

By | May 24, 2018

If I told you that at DC sports team is playing in a postseason game that doubles as the most important sporting even for any professional sports team in our nation’s capital, you’d instinctively — and correctly — tell me that there’s a 99.99% chance that something bad is going to happen.

One big step for the Washington Capitals, One giant win for Washington Capitals fans.

By | May 8, 2018

Is it hyperbole to say that last night’s win is the biggest sports victory this city has had since January of 1992?

Super Bowl LII Preview: Nobody Wins

By | February 2, 2018

  The best way I can describe my sentiments towards Super Bowl LII is by comparing it to the 2016 Presidential Election: no matter who wins, the vast majority of America loses.

Being a D.C. Sports Fan is Cruel and Usual Punishment

By | May 11, 2017

The official time of death yesterday, for what was billed as the most important night in D.C. sports in the last quarter century, was 9:38pm.