Found May 25, 2012 on Rock the Red:
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On Saturday, May 26th Capital Sports & Decor (formerly PS Game Gear) will be hosting Washington Capitals forward Brooks Laich for an autograph event. McHandsomePants will be available from 12:00-1:00 PM at their Dulles Town Center Mall location in Dulles, VA. Autograph Tickets ($30) are available for purchase in the store now and are available online here.  CS&D is located on the lower level of the Dulles Town Center mall (map), near the escalators which lead to the food court. Anyone going? Send us your recap/pictures and we'll post 'em up on the site!
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