ARLINGTON, Va. – Capitals Red Line Monday presented by Geico is a fast-paced, behind-the-scenes look at the team that will debut on Comcast SportsNet on Feb. 9 at 9:30 p.m. View the Capitals Red Line MondayPreview Here.
Each episode will also be replayed on Comcast SportsNet and through On Demand where available.
The Capitals have created a special video widget that will carry the entire show. Fans can download the widget onto their social network 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 keep updated with all of the information about upcoming shows or past episodes.
Coming up on Capitals Red Line Monday on Feb. 9:
Viewers will get a behind-the-scenes look at Mike Green
’s newly renovated condo in the first of a three-part series. Green designs on his own dime as he completely rips out his entire penthouse. Viewers will even see his hot tub lifted from the street to the top of the building to get installed.
Who I Am
Presented by The Front PageAlex Ovechkin
gives viewers a first-hand look at one of the NHL’s most dynamic personalities.
Highlights from the June 4, 1998, playoff Game 6 versus Buffalo that the Capitals won 3-2 in overtime to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Presented by The Greene Turtle
A sit down with the one and only “Goat.” You’ll learn what gets Goat’s, Goat. Why he is a superfan and what makes him want to get the crowd cheering for the caps.
Forces of Hockey
Presented by Jones-Rogers a Lennox premier dealer
Professor Matt Bradley explains to the audience the physics behind the force of a body check. See open ice hits and hits along the boards in the crushing segment of the science behind the check.
Presented by Geico
Warrior: a tongue and cheek video about kids preparing for battle, including action throughout the game.
Presented by 1-800-GOT-JUNK?
Features WashingtonCaps.com producer Brett Leonhardt, who became a cult hero when he suited up as backup goaltender for the Capitals in December. Since his 15 minutes of fame, Leonhardt has been in Sports Illustrated and other publications but the biggest shock for him was walking around the concourse at a game and seeing fans wearing his jersey.
Owner Ted Leonsis on his list of 101 things to do to make his life fully actualized.
Ask A Cap
Presented by American Service Center/Mercedes-Benz of Alexandria
A couple of the Capitals players answer questions about their style and what is hot today.