Jeff Halpern, Martin Erat and Mike Ribeiro play their former teammates.
Happy Birthday, Alan May!
Photo via Comcast SportsNet Washington.
Former Capital and current Comcast analysis guy Alan May is 48 today, definitely still young enough to still be playing. After all, he still works out, and still drops the gloves at the alumni games.
For the big 4-8, lets do what we always do with May, and reflect on the old days when he fought like a honey badger on skates.
But first, the cutest May fan ever:
When we originally ran this last year, May responded:
Alan May vs Neil Sheehy
Alan May vs Tie Domi
Troy Loney vs Alan May
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