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Lozo and Down Goes Brown also discuss the passing of Ray Emery, and cast an Ocean's 11 movie with hockey players.
There were some bad votes (George McPhee as GM of the Year) and gimmicks (hello, magic show) at the NHL Awards, but Taylor Hall winning the Hart Trophy was not one of them.
Someone is setting all kinds of songs to a video of the Washington Capitals captain and Stanley Cup Champ dancing in the locker room. Please Enjoy.
Ovechkin won't put the cup down, Zambonis in the streets, a Stanley Cup made of beer cans—what else do you want?
He slept with the thing, sang "We Are the Champions" nearly a jillion times, and somehow was able to throw a baseball at a Washington Nationals game.
The Washington Capitals superstar won his first Stanley Cup, and captured the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. Get lost, trolls.
Lozo and Down Goes Brown give you 69 minutes of Stanley Cup talk before Game 5 of Capitals-Golden Knights.
Lozo and Down Goes Brown also discuss bad refereeing in the Golden Knights-Capitals series, dirty Tom Wilson, the concussion lawsuit, and Evgeny Kuznetsov's injury.
With Evgeny Kuznetsov injured, Holtby matters more to Washington than ever before. He will be the key to a series victory over Vegas if he plays like he did in Game 2.
The opening game between the Capitals and Knights had it all: gorgeous goals, four lead changes, dirty hits, and missed calls.
Lozo and Down Goes Brown discuss Ovechkin making his first Cup, the Golden Knights making the Cup Final in their first year, and agree that this series won't be close.
We break down a bunch of key categories to help neutral fans determine who to cheer for to win the Cup.