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Posted at 3:23 PM ET, 02/ 9/2011

Nate Ewell's farewell interview

By Dan Steinberg


Tuesday night was the final game for Caps VP of Communication Nate Ewell, a man who was pretty dang popular with the D.C. sports media. There have already been plenty of tributes -- see here, here, here, here and here, for example -- and I've already given him seven imaginary goodbye bear hugs, so I'll spare the histrionics.

But if you're curious, here's the intermission interview he gave to Comcast SportsNet's Al Koken. No tears, that I could see. But they were crying inside.

By Dan Steinberg  | February 9, 2011; 3:23 PM ET
Categories:  Caps, Media  
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Comments

Ewell seems like an asset to the Caps organization, but what gives? I remember they lost another PR guy a few months ago. And now even the website guy is leaving. Do we have a deeper problem in the Caps front office?

Posted by: poguesmahone | February 9, 2011 4:30 PM | Report abuse

Good for Nate, and cool to see CSN give him a little face-time for fun.

And to think: I knew him as a young cub, covering college sports (sniff, sniff) . . .

Posted by: stevie_in_gp | February 9, 2011 7:00 PM | Report abuse

Good luck, Nate.

Posted by: WaPoPimp | February 10, 2011 8:56 PM | Report abuse

Nate's a good guy and will be missed. My wife and I sit right next to the stairway that leads to the press room in 412, and we saw him every game and said hello often. Good luck, Nate!

Posted by: EddieP1 | February 11, 2011 1:08 PM | Report abuse

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