Looking at the ‘Black Aces’ for Capitals’ playoff run

The Capitals recently announced their 34-man roster for the NHL return consisting of 20 forwards, 10 defensemen and four goaltenders. Postseason rosters are expanded every year, but this year we’ll be seeing even more reserve players than usual. Well, scratch that. We won’t really be seeing much of these extra players, unless things go horriblyContinue reading “Looking at the ‘Black Aces’ for Capitals’ playoff run”

The Pohory-list: Weirdest Minor League Team Names

By: Joe Pohoryles Looking at all the big-time players on Washington’s teams today, it’s easy to name the ones who jumped on to the scene right away. Alex Ovechkin and John Wall are both former No. 1 overall picks who pretty much instantly became the best player on their respective teams. Max Scherzer joined theContinue reading “The Pohory-list: Weirdest Minor League Team Names”

Skins Free Agency Update

By: Joe Pohoryles Piggybacking off of yesterday’s post about Austin Hooper and Ereck Flowers, I will continue to break down the Redskins’ signings (and missed chances), as there is not much else to cover in the sports’ world these days. Since yesterday’s post, the Redskins have been a bit busier, but maybe not as muchContinue reading “Skins Free Agency Update”

NFL All-DMV Team

By: Joe Pohoryles In the Washington, D.C. Metro area (affectionately known as the DMV), NFL football is in two polar camps. The Baltimore Ravens were amongst the NFL’s best, and with 2019 MVP Lamar Jackson at the helm, look to contend for Super Bowls for at least the next few years. Meanwhile, the Washington RedskinsContinue reading “NFL All-DMV Team”