A hockey friend of mine, who was featured in this Washington Post article, recently returned home from the hospital after surviving the coronavirus.
On Wednesday I met Willie O’Ree, the first black player to play in the NHL, at the Embassy of Canada as he was being honored by the Congressional Hockey Caucus.
My hockey team, the Screaming Squirrels, won another ice championship on Aug. 18. Oddly enough, it was only the second time we won in the summer league (as opposed to six in the winter). We finished in second place but dominated the other team, the Wolfe Pack, in the final game.
My ice hockey team, the Screaming Squirrels, won our men’s league division’s championship Sunday. It was our 7th ice championship overall (6th at the Gardens Ice House), and first since 2014. We were the fourth seed, but dominated the playoffs by knocking out the 5th, 1st, and 2nd seeds. Continue reading “Squirrels Win”
Me with my buddies Craig Laughlin and Courtney Laughlin.
On Sunday, I played in a charity game at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington. I suited up for the hockey media team, which included several folks I’ve know for a long time from covering the Caps. We faced off against the USA Warriors.