Category Archives: OFB TV

OFB TV: Christmas for Caps Fans — Hello Again, Patrick Division!

When it comes to the Capitals’ past, there are few voices in our region bearing the vivid fidelity of Baltimore WNST’s Ed Frankovic. Ed worked for the Caps during the glory days when the team nightly battled the likes of … Continue reading

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Unable to Capitalize: Washington Loses to New Jersey in Shootout

The Capitals blew a 2-0 lead to the New Jersey Devils Saturday night at Verizon Center, going four rounds into the shootout before David Clarkson scored for the visiting team on Michal Neuvirth, who, despite the 3-2 loss, was playing … Continue reading

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OFB TV Roundtable: Grading the Caps’ Offseason, Predicting Ovi’s Return to Form

Beginning the brand new hockey season gathered at their favorite sports bar, OFB’s John Keeley, Sky Kerstein of 106.7 the Fan, Ed Frankovic of Baltimore WNST, and “Transition Game” author and Washington Times blogger Ted Starkey talk about the Capitals’ … Continue reading

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OFB TV: Comcast Sportsnet’s Jill Sorenson on Washington Blooming in Pucks This Spring

We had a chance to visit with Jill Sorenson of Comcast Sportsnet recently and call her out for some Avery-like behavior during the media skate the Capitals held at season’s start. More importantly, Jill shared with us some first-hand accounts … Continue reading

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OFB TV: Are the Rags on the Ropes?

(We in D.C. know better than to ask that before any series is secured, don’t we?) After game 2 John sat down with the Washington Times’ Ted Starkey and Jack Anderson of Sirius/XM to assess the Capitals’ strong start to … Continue reading

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OFB TV: Game 1 Impact Dissected

We visit with Baltimore WNST’s Ed Frankovic in the postgame last night to assess the impact of the Capitals’ game 1 triumph. Jason Arnott gets love, but Ed also makes an important observation about the resiliency of this Rangers’ club … Continue reading

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OFB TV: Catching Up With a Killer

The Washington, D.C. area was lucky enough to have Kevin “Killer” Kaminski attend the Caps game against the Chicago Blackhawks. We at OFB were even luckier to get a chance to talk with him after the game. Tara Wheeler got the honor to ask him about his NHL playing career, what his most memorable highlight was and whether or not today’s hockey players are as tough as the ones from his era. Check out the video to hear the whole conversation. Continue reading

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