A Night of Practice and Fun at Verizon Center

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Posted January 17, 2013
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(Photos by Caps Outsider)

The Caps hit the ice at Verizon Center on Thursday, treating about 10,000 fans to a free night of fun and games. Families arrived to the festive atmosphere, got some free food, discounted goods, and watched the Caps practice. Oh, and they got to see Troy Brouwer dance.

Brooks Laich, who was injured, did make an appearance – in doll form.

Hey Bondra, you sign my name and I'll sign yours, see if they notice.

Hey Bondra, you sign my name and I’ll sign yours, see if they notice.

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His first tattoo.

Face painting!

Face painting!

You see, Var, we've

You see, Var, this season will be a sprint, not a marathon.

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Team owner Ted Leonsis hangs out with fans.

I still believe Oates is good enough to play.

I still believe Oates is good enough to play.

WANT.

WANT.

Beer man here!

Beer man has spirit.

Slapshot poses for photos.

Slapshot poses for photos.

John Carlson plans to block shots with his hair.

John Carlson plans to block shots with his hair.

Ovi poses for 10,000 pictures on phone cameras.

Ovi poses for 10,000 pictures on phone cameras that won’t turn out right.

Isn't this a drinking game?

Isn’t this a drinking game?

Action shot.

Action shot.

She can't bear to look as a Caps tattoo is applied.

She can’t bear to look as a Caps tattoo is applied.

Needles for tattoos.

Needles for tattoos.

Sale!

Sale!

The Red Rockers sign autographs.

The Red Rockers sign autographs for kids.

alzner

Mr. Alzner, ladies and gentlemen.

The Ovechkin-Semin era is over. Now, it's Ovechkin-Crabb.

After six seasons, the Ovechkin-Semin stall era is over. IN: Ovechkin-Crabb.

I think this is a Dr. Seuss character.

A Dr. Seuss character.

Ben Sumner
Ben Sumner is the editor of Capitals Outsider and a contributor for Gunaxin.com. He also works for The Washington Post and contributes there when he gets a scoop.
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