The Caps Zoloft Jersey: Pass or Fail?

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Posted November 7, 2014

(Photo by Caps Outsider)

At the Zoo on Wednesday, we spotted a fan wearing a Caps ‘Zoloft’ jersey. For those of you who don’t know what Zoloft is, it’s a prescription drug that treats depression and anxiety. Though it’s an antidepressant, it’s side effects are more familiar to Caps fan, especially during the playoffs: Dry mouth, mild diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and sexual problems.

As for the significance of the number on the jersey? Not sure. But here are the players who have worn the #18 sweater for the Caps:

Ron Jones (1974-75) Bill Riley (1974-75), Rick Bragnolo (1975-77), Eddy Godin (1977-79), Greg Polis (1978-80), Glen Currie (1979-80), Harvie Pocza (1979-80), Tim Tookey (1980-81), Lou Franceschetti (1981-82), Roland Stoltz (1981-82), Craig Laughlin (1982-88), Doug Wickenheiser (1989-90), Steve Maltais (1990-91), Randy Burridge (1991-95), Andrew Brunette (1995-98), Trevor Halverson (1998-99), Matt Pettinger (2001-07)

Here’s the full image. Click to enlarge.

Zoloft Caps Jersey