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On BLY: 90.7% increase in price of these Caps season tickets over five years

February 17, 2012

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With the new season ticket prices the Caps have announced for next season, two 400 level Caps season tickets that went for $1713 total in 2008-09 will now go for $3266 next season. That’s a 90.7% increase in 5 years. It’s a business and the team needs to capitalize while they are hot, but raising […]

On BLY: Looking at Caps tickets prices

February 16, 2012

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Over on BrooksLaichyear.com, the Caps blog that my brother and I just started, I took a look at Caps ticket prices on StubHub and some upcoming games that might end up being fairly inexpensive. I got five tickets in the 400 level to last Thursday’s game against the Winnipeg Jets for $8.99 each late that […]

I started a Caps hockey blog

January 27, 2012

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My brother and I started a Caps hockey blog. It’s called Brooks Laichyear and this initial post explains a little about it. Check it out and I hope you enjoy it. And thanks to all of you who have read my Caps post here on this blog. I imagine I’ll still be blogging here but […]

To find CSN+

December 26, 2011

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I’m noticing some web traffic on the blog already today from people wondering where they can find CSN+ so they can watch the Caps game tonight. Just check out this page on CSN Washington’s website, plug in your zip code and then your provider, and it will tell you what channel CSN+ is for you. […]

Kevin Weekes says Caps now “the main team” in DC area sports scene

December 2, 2011

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Speaking on the NHL Network about the Anaheim Ducks hiring of former Caps coach Bruce Boudreau, Kevin Weekes praised Boudreau for putting Caps “back on the radar” and said, “they’re now the main team back in the DC area in terms of the sports scene.” True? Do the Caps come ahead of the Skins as […]

Delivering the ‘Please do not lean forward’ message better

June 4, 2011

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Corey Masisak with NHL.com tweeted the picture above from Vancouver’s Rogers Center tonight, pointing out that this Boston Bruins fan might be “in for an interesting evening” as an away fan at Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals. What jumps out at me in the photo, as a Washington Capitals fan, are all the […]

Looking beyond a playoff W-L record

May 12, 2011

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Mike Wise began his May 6 Washington Post column by referencing three legendary hockey coaches and their playoff winning percentages early in their careers, as he defended Washington Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau following the team’s second round exit from the playoffs. Wise wrote: “Bruce Boudreau’s below-average playoff record of 17-20 (.459) keeps being used as […]

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