Category Archives: Alan May

Tallying the Warning Signs, It’s Time

This morning, we could look back on November 1 and Ovi’s outburst and deem it a moment of contempt . . . a mutinous moment, in fact. Continue reading

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Posted in Alan May, Alexander Ovechkin, Bruce Boudreau, Dan Daly, Karl Alzner, Morning cup-a-joe, Washington Times | 18 Comments

Are You Ready?

Who’s puttin’ on the foil for tonight?

Posted in Alan May, New York Rangers, NHL playoffs, Video Clips, Washington Capitals | 1 Comment

OFB TV: Inside the Winter Classic Alumni Game with Alan May

Comcast Sportsnet’s Capitals analyst Alan May made his first appearance on OFB TV Wednesday while taking in the Capitals’ outdoor practice in Chevy Chase, Md. We wanted to try and go on the inside a bit of that other game … Continue reading

Posted in Alan May, Caps-Pens Winter Classic Alumni Game, National Hockey League, OFB TV, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, Winter Classic 2011 | 4 Comments

Winter Classic Alumni Lines and Pairings

Can’t use any of these combos for tomorrow night’s game versus Anaheim, but this should look a lot like what Caps’ fans who travel to Pittsburgh New Years weekend could see should they take in the Caps-Pens Alumni game early … Continue reading

Posted in Alan May, Caps-Pens Winter Classic Alumni Game, Donald Brashear, Hockey Heroes, National Hockey League, Peter Bondra, Pittsburgh Penguins, Rod Langway, Washington Capitals, Winter Classic 2011 | 27 Comments

Reason to Arise Early in Pittsburgh on New Years Eve

Some details have emerged about a Capitals-Penguins alumni game associated with this season’s Winter Classic at Heinz Field. First, the game will be played at 9:30 a.m. New Years Eve, on an auxiliary rink set up near the football stadium. … Continue reading

Posted in Alan May, Brett Leonhardt, Mike Gartner, Peter Bondra, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, Winter Classic 2011 | 8 Comments

Giving Thanks for Being in the Nation’s Hockey Capital

In the spirit of the season, I offer a list of 10 things I’m thankful for while commissioned in the Red Army this fall. (10) The Moxie of Matt Hendricks. The longshot training camp candidate won a checking line center’s … Continue reading

Posted in Alan May, Alexander Semin, Comcast SportsNet, Foster Hewitt Memorial Award 2010, Hockey Hall of Fame, Matt Hendricks, Michal Neuvirth, National Hockey League, Pittsburgh Penguins, Ron Weber, Ted Leonsis, Verizon Center, Washington Capitals, Winter Classic 2011 | 3 Comments

Dishonoring the Crest

We all have bad days at the office. Occasionally, we all have really bad days at the office. You know the ones — things start going wrong at 8:45, improve none over the course of the morning, lunch hour mercifully … Continue reading

Posted in Alan May, Alexander Ovechkin, Braden Holtby, Bruce Boudreau, Comcast SportsNet, Joe Beninati, Morning cup-a-joe, National Hockey League, New media, Twitter, Washington Capitals | 7 Comments