Class at Kettler Today: How To Throw Down!

It’s a time-honored, important, and endearing tradition: the veteran professional athlete taking the time to mentor his junior counterpart in preseason, imparting . . . successful business practices. To show him the ropes a bit. This morning in the immediate aftermath of the first camp skate of the day Capitals’ enforcer D.J. King gave 21-year-old Dustin Stevenson, who played his hockey in Canada’s second tier of junior last season, a few pointers in the finer points of peacekeeping.

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