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Caps Camp

In honor of my first trip to Caps Camp, a tremendous video of Caps GM George McPhee beating people up, courtesy of Japers Rink via someone else. This will slightly change my line of questioning the next time I see GMGM. For example, I will no longer ask the question, "Will the Caps finish near the bottom of the standings again?" I will replace that question with this inquiry: "How is it that you manage so frequently to make the best decisions, identify the best players and generally act as the most competent general manager in major professional sports, sir?"

Now if only I could find some videos of Vinny Cerrato beating people up.

(Also, in honor of my frequent pledges to make this a Caps-centric zone, particularly as the Redskins begin their death spiral, I'd like to get into a fantasy hockey league. I promise not to get all Kornheiser on you and lose my mind every time one of my fantasy hockey players is mentioned by name. (Tony, we get it, you have a fantasy football team. Enough. Tell him, MJD.) Also, my NHL knowledge is, how shall I say, slightly limited, so I should be easy pickings. Someone please invite me into a league.)

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 19, 2006; 9:58 AM ET
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All hail the transistion away from the Deadskins!

Posted by: Kim | September 19, 2006 11:29 AM | Report abuse

Was that GMGM from his playing days in the 50s, or was that you asking WVU fans how many points the Terrapins would win by this past Thursday?

Posted by: jhorstma | September 19, 2006 12:54 PM | Report abuse

Nice to see some Caps coverage in the Post from someone other than Tarik. Keep it coming! Not everyone in this town thinks life begins and ends with the Skins.

Posted by: Anonymous | September 20, 2006 10:23 AM | Report abuse

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