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Alan May Is Back!
While the Capitals are going without a fist-throwing enforcer this season, fans lately are getting a fresh perspective of the team on Comcast SportsNet from former Washington fighter and sometimes hockey player Alan May.
May played five seasons in Washington from 1989-1994, amassing an astounding 1189 penalty minutes in only 345 regular-season games.
Along with providing post-game commentary of Caps games, he’s also got a blog.
Was May the best fighter in Caps history? Vote for him here. Now, let’s check out some of #16’s fights:
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