Found January 25, 2013 on Puck Drunk Love:
The Washington Capitals will be the last team in the NHL to earn a point in the standings. To date, they've lost 6-3 on the road in Tampa Bay, at home 4-2 against Winnipeg and at home 4-1 against Montreal. Frustrations are boiling over and it has one Capital, forward Troy Brouwer, apologizing to fans that have suffered through a miserable start to the 2013 campaign. If you're wondering what Capitals fans are going through, give our very own Jeff Kleiman a follow on Twitter and read through his feed. It's a sad state of affairs but at the very least some Capitals fans are able to find humor in such a depressing situation.  Back to Brouwer.  Shortly after his team's third consecutive lost, the Washington forward had some rather blunt statements for the media. In an interview seen on CSN Washington, Brouwer said: "Embarrassing is almost the right term right now. Pathetic is probably a better one. I feel bad for the fans. I’d like to finish a g...
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