DMV: Caps Spark Spinal Tap References

spinal-tap-tee.jpgSee, because their winning streak goes to 11, just like Spinal Tap’s amps. It’s one louder. [WFY, We Love DC]

Ten notes from the Caps win, their 11th in a row, at Boston. [Japers’ Rink]

Jose Theodore was the night’s No. 1 star. [Caps Insider]

Video: Ovechkin exacts revenge on Boston’s Johnny Boychuk. [DC Landing Strip]

Steinz hits on other long D.C. sports win streaks. [D.C. Sports Bog]

More on that so-called anti-Caps Canadian conspiracy. [Puck Daddy]

Ted Leonsis has a new book coming out; Ovi says it’s the best. [SB Nation]

All about how the Bullets became the Wizards. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Jim Haslett says something about Skins signing veteran QB. [Real Redskins]

Portis is excited to run in Shanahan’s system. Of course he is. [WaPo]

Remembering the infamous Doug Williams question. [Redskins Blog]

Remembering Jon Miller as the voice of the Orioles. [The Toy Dept.]

The Nats’ top 10 prospects, excluding Drew Storen. [Fangraphs]

Poor pitching makes the Nats’ D especially important. [Nats Journal]

Video of Bryce Harper hitting his first college home run. [Federal Baseball]

Sweet O’s tattoo, bro. [Big League Stew]

Phil Steele’s preseason top 10 has Va. Tech at No. 10. [Phil Steele]

Baseball card news: MLB is suing Upper Deck. [Big League Stew]

One thought on “DMV: Caps Spark Spinal Tap References”

  1. My favorite Caps-Spinal Tap connection? We went to see the Tap boys (formerly, of course, The Thamesmen) when the came to DC to play a stripped-down, acoustic show at the Warner last spring on Wednesday, May 13th. We all know what happened that day, at the exact same moment the concert was going on, little more than a few blocks away. Needless to say, I’m not sure how many parallels Caps fans want to draw to the Tap – they sure didn’t bring them any luck that night.

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