ARLINGTON, Va. – The sixth episode of Capitals Red Line Monday presented by Geico, a fast-paced, behind-the-scenes look at the team, airs on Monday, March 30, at 9:30 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet. The episode – which features an in-depth look at one of the Capitals hardest working players Brooks Laich
and kid reporter Brady Boudreau asking the hard questions – will also be replayed on Comcast SportsNet and through On Demand where available. Here is a sneak preview of Capitals Red Line Monday episode six: http://capitals.nhl.tv/team/launch.htm?type=fvod&id=37830.
The Capitals have created a special video widget that carries each show after it has aired on Comcast SportsNet. Fans can download the widget onto their social networking sites, including Facebook and MySpace, and watch the entire show. Washington has also launched the Capitals Red Line Monday webpage on WashingtonCaps.com, where fans can go for information about upcoming shows or past episodes.
Coming up on episode six of Capitals Red Line Monday airing March 30 at 9:30 p.m.:
Presented by Eastern Motors
Ferrari, Lamborghini and Cadillac are the rides of choice for most of the Caps players. However Matt Bradley is his own unique man and drives in an equally unique car. Take a tour of Matt’s “used,” “experienced” and “broken in” Saturn and see what he cruises D.C. in.
Who I Am
Presented by The Front Page
The hockey season is long and grueling and can take a toll on some players. Brooks Laich
, who has not missed a game in more than two years, is one of the Caps hardest working players. Take an in-depth look at Laich and get to know why he is one of the most popular players.
It’s Jan. 13, 2006. Alex Ovechkin
is a rookie and records his first NHL hat trick against the Ducks in Anaheim. This game was another highlight moment in Ovechkin’s Calder Trophy winning season.
Presented by The Greene Turtle
Two words: “Screaming Mimi.” Meet Priscilla Levine who is loyal and loud and has been a Caps fan for many years. Watch as “Screaming Mimi” talks about former and current Caps players and the current buzz at Verizon Center.
Forces of Hockey
Presented by Jones-Rogers, a Lennox premier dealer
Professor Matt Bradley looks into vision force and you’ll be surprised at what he has discovered. When Nicklas Backstrom
dishes off a no-look pass to Alex Ovechkin
is he really not looking? Or is his brain processing large amounts of data extremely quick? Watch as professor Bradley explains in his lab.
Presented by Geico
He shoots he scores! GOAL! It’s what every broadcaster longs for during a game. To unleash their own signature high-energy goal call and this week the mites get to do the same. Watch and listen as they take a try at their enthusiastic cries for glory.
Presented by SUBWAY Restaurants
It’s a good game when you don’t see head athletic trainer Greg Smith. Smith has one of the most important jobs in the Caps organization. Come along as we get a rare and exclusive look into his world of bumps and bruises. Go behind the scenes in the Caps training room and learn what it takes to keep the Capitals on the ice night after night.
What is a celebrity? They grace the covers of magazines and are subjects of several TV shows and now Caps owner Ted Leonsis gives viewers his take on celebrities.
Ask A Cap
Presented by American Service Center/Mercedes-Benz of Alexandria
Fan favorite kid reporter Brady Boudreau asks the hard-hitting questions. There is no fear in this young man’s eyes as he’s not afraid to dig up the dirt during his one-on-one interviews with the Caps.