Since the Karl Alzner bobblehead was produced by Pro Sport Image in the spring of 2012, each Capitals bobblehead has been sculpted by a different company. Here we'll analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each as we anticipate the next bobblehead giveaway.
from Katie Carrera of the Washington Post,
The Capitals are quite familiar with the agony-inducing, pressure-packed contests that are a Game 7 in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Winner-take-all nailbiters where every shift and every mistake are magnified because at the end, one team’s season will come to a screeching halt.
Five of six contests in this series have been decided...
After Saturday's 1-0 overtime victory, Caps Outsider's camera caught defenseman Karl Alzner in a very celebratory pose.
Late in regulation during the Caps/Rangers game, Karl Alzner put a puck over the glass. Many thought it should have been a penalty but...
#NYR According to NHL, puck DEFLECTED off Alzner's stick. Because it wasn't shot or batted, as is the wording in rule 63.2, no delay of game
— Katie Strang (@KatieStrangESPN) May 4, 2013
The TSN crew also discusses...
Caps defenseman and all-around goodfella Karl Alzner made a trip to the Greene Turtle in Olney on Wednesday to promote the team and hang out with Caps fans. Alzner is a restricted free agent at the end of the season, and here's hoping the Caps sign him.
What are Caps fans supposed to think at this point?
Fresh off the team’s 4-3 comeback victory against Boston Tuesday, Karl Alzner stood in the locker room, patiently trying to help me make sense of the Gordian knot that is Washington’s season.
During a recent radio interview Alzner gave to LaVar and Dukes at 106.7 the Fan, I remembered hearing the Capitals’ defenseman say...
The Washington Capitals announced today that Dale Hunter will not return to coach the team next season. The notice of Hunter's departure, although not entirely unforeseen, was abrupt- coming just two days after the Caps were eliminated from the playoffs by the New York Rangers in Game 7 Saturday night, and being relayed to General Manager George McPhee just a few hours before...
Poor guy. After Karl Alzner of the New York Rangers had just played in a marathon game against the Washington Capitals and lost in the 3rd overtime, all he wanted to do was go home and fall asleep. To his surprise though, he returned home to find his dogs had terrorized his house. Kind of cute, kind of sad, and kind of funny.
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Karl Alzner and the Capitals suffered a tough loss on Wednesday night after falling to the New York Rangers in three -- yes, three -- overtimes. But the worst of it for Alzner may have been still to come, when he arrived home to find his apartment in ruin. Alzner's two dogs had apparently been unable to contain their excitement during the game and, left to their own devices for...
INSULT TO INJURY
If it wasn't bad enough for Karl Alzner to lose a triple overtime heartbreaker to the Rangers, he arrived at home only to discover what his dogs had been up to.