Art. Caps Hockey. Shenanigans.
Drawing Ovi with Terminator-face never gets old or boring to me. #caps #workinprogress

Drawing Ovi with Terminator-face never gets old or boring to me. #caps #workinprogress

Got new earrings today to replace my old boring ones. :) #caps #hockey #weagle

Got new earrings today to replace my old boring ones. :) #caps #hockey #weagle

kittysha:

capskat26:

The most confusing #Caps ornament ever.

You should burn it and take a picture. 

Naw, we hang it on the lowest tree branch for the cats to knock off & smack. ;D

kittysha:

capskat26:

The most confusing #Caps ornament ever.

You should burn it and take a picture. 

Naw, we hang it on the lowest tree branch for the cats to knock off & smack. ;D

The most confusing #Caps ornament ever.

The most confusing #Caps ornament ever.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Let’s Go Caps!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Let’s Go Caps!

TOSS. THOSE. HATS.
washingtoncapitals:

#Caps captain Alex Ovechkin arrives back in Washington, D.C.

OVI’S HOME. C:

washingtoncapitals:

#Caps captain Alex Ovechkin arrives back in Washington, D.C.

OVI’S HOME. C:

washingtoncapitals:

This gem came to me from the Caps marketing department’s Ryan Smeets who has been collecting Caps broken, game-used sticks for the past few seasons and sending them to a talented artist in California named Alex Rohrig to create the ultimate Caps Eagle. Now this one-of-a-kind piece of Caps art is coming across the country to Verizon Center. Ryan will have the Caps “Weagle” for fans to take pictures of/with at Saturday’s Home Opener and more importantly, you can bid for a chance to purchase this bad boy and have it hanging over your own mantelpiece. He will be set up behind section 119 at Saturday’s game against Carolina with more information about Alex Rohrig and their next Caps-stick project. See you Saturday night. #CapsOpeningNight

Now THAT is one awesome piece of sculpture.

washingtoncapitals:

This gem came to me from the Caps marketing department’s Ryan Smeets who has been collecting Caps broken, game-used sticks for the past few seasons and sending them to a talented artist in California named Alex Rohrig to create the ultimate Caps Eagle. Now this one-of-a-kind piece of Caps art is coming across the country to Verizon Center. Ryan will have the Caps “Weagle” for fans to take pictures of/with at Saturday’s Home Opener and more importantly, you can bid for a chance to purchase this bad boy and have it hanging over your own mantelpiece. He will be set up behind section 119 at Saturday’s game against Carolina with more information about Alex Rohrig and their next Caps-stick project. See you Saturday night. #CapsOpeningNight

Now THAT is one awesome piece of sculpture.