Tuesday, May 12, 2009

One last time

Reposted from March 26, 2007, during a season in which the Capitals finished with 28 Wins and 70 points and did not qualify for the playoffs. How far we've come. Just win this one boys.

Just win this one

It's been quite a year for Caps fans, from the peaks of the opening third of the season to the valley of the post-all star losing streaks and the abominable road performances. But as a Caps fan who believes in the rebuiling process, and sees light on the horizon, I only want one more thing this year.

If the Capitals go out and beat the Penguins tomorrow night, I'll be perfectly happy with the season.

So go out there and do it for all the fans that have had to endure the busloads of bandwagon-hopping Penguins fans that were dumped in front of the Capital Center for all those years. Do it for the great Capitals teams of the early 90s that were stopped in the playoffs by Crybaby Lemiux and his gambling degenerate sidekick Jaromir. Do it for the Caps fans that have had to endure year after year after year of hearing Penguins chants and cheers for opposing team goals. Do it to erase the memory of that ugly third period collapse earlier in the season (the Deuce is still convinced Bettman made a call from the league office and told the officials to make the game more... even for TV purposes.)

But most importantly, do it for yourselves. This is a young Pittsburgh team. They're going to be competitive in this conference for the next few years. The Capitals need to get it in their heads that they can beat this team. Because we're going to be seeing a lot of them in the playoffs in the years to come.

So come on, Capitals. Get it done. For the fans. For the team. For yourselves.

Beat the @#$*! Penguins!

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Calling it a day

Well, everyone might have guessed this was coming, seeing as we've posted only once this December... we're closing up shop here, as all three of us have changed positions or jobs in the past year and simply haven't been able to keep up with everything. Never fear, we'll still be at every home game, as loud as ever.

We've enjoyed writing, and hopefully you're enjoyed reading. Happy New Year to all (except Flyers fans, of course).

-Derek, Roger, and Roger
3 Grumpy Caps Fans