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Goat on Video

Sorry, that took longer than expected.

Anyhow, since I've written like 17,000 words about Goat, the Caps super fan who doesn't show up 'round here too much now that my Caps output has diminished (and sorry 'bout that, they've been on the road a lot), I figured I should post this video tribute that the Caps once ran about him, which (I think) has been around the Interwebs for a while but which (I think) was only put on YouTube recently. It doesn't nearly do justice to his volume. And FS, feel free to clarify exactly how many days I am behind the Caps message boards.

By Dan Steinberg  |  February 6, 2007; 1:44 PM ET
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I have no idea how long it has been on You Tube, but this, and the feature on "The Horn Guy" debuted towards the end of last season. Lord knows when they first got on YouTube.

And Dan, the Caps are in the middle of their longest homestand of the season. They've been back from their road trip.

Posted by: FS | February 6, 2007 1:59 PM | Report abuse

Road weiry and tired the Caps hosted the Islanders Sunday feeling not so Super about themselves. But a switch in the shootout could spell a switch in fortunes.

Its Jurcina and the Caps against his former mates from Beantown, next on Comcast sports net.

Posted by: CapCrazy | February 6, 2007 2:19 PM | Report abuse

I check in every day, Dan. I'm afraid I just rarely have something to say these days. Especially when it concerns the woeful fortunes of the Caps recently.

Thank you for helping me eschew my creeping Capathy. Sunday was sure a low-energy point for me, that's for sure. Here's hoping that CapCrazy is right!

Posted by: Goat | February 6, 2007 3:36 PM | Report abuse

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