ARLINGTON, Va. – The fourth episode of Capitals Red Line Monday presented by Geico, a fast-paced, behind-the-scenes look at the team, debuts on Monday, March 9, at a new time – 7 p.m. – on Comcast SportsNet. The episode – which features an up-close look at Capitals defenseman Mike Green
’s audio and visual gear for his penthouse and a first-person look at head coach Bruce Boudreau – will also be replayed on Comcast SportsNet and through On Demand where available. Here is a sneak preview of Capitals Red Line Monday episode four:
The Capitals have created a special video widget that will carry each show after it has aired on Comcast SportsNet, including the first two episodes from the last two weeks. 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 episode four of Capitals Red Line Monday airing March 9 at 7 p.m.:
We’re back at Mike Green
’s penthouse for an exclusive tour of his cutting-edge audio-visual gear. Ever dreamed of watching TV from anywhere – even outdoors – on a projector screen that hangs down from the ceiling? Mike did, so it was up to his technology experts to make it happen.
Who I Am
Presented by The Front Page
He’s from Boston, but Tom Poti
is all about Washington, D.C., and the Caps now. Get to know Poti as Capitals Red Line Monday catches up with him after practice.
It’s March 11, 2001, and the Caps are heading toward the playoffs, but are down by three goals to Ottawa with only one period remaining. Watch as the Caps come from behind to win the game in dramatic fashion.
Presented by The Greene Turtle
Meet superfans Dave and Michelle, who took their love for the Caps to a whole new level when they had a hockey themed wedding, complete with a Stanley Cup-shaped cake.
Forces of Hockey
Presented by Jones-Rogers, a Lennox premier dealer
Professor Matt Bradley is on the road so Red Rocker Ashley leads the class. Her lesson this week is about the new NHL player – he is bigger, stronger and faster than ever before. Listen closely as Ashley knows what she is talking about; she has a degree in kinesiology from Arizona State University and has a gymnastics national championship on her resume.
Presented by Geico
Hockey shootouts can be one of the most intense and defining moments in sports. That’s no different at the mite level, as you’ll see in this week’s Mites Minute.
Presented by 1-800-GOT-JUNK?
Have you ever thought about being a coach? See what it’s like to run an NHL practice. Capitals Red Line Monday mic’d up Caps head coach Bruce Boudreau during an intense and rigorous practice at Kettler Capitals Iceplex.
Before he became the Capitals owner, Ted Leonsis was hailed as one of the pioneers of the new media industry. He’s still very active in new media and has strong opinions. He shares some of those thoughts on social networking in this week’s Ted’s Take.
Ask A Cap
Presented by American Service Center/Mercedes-Benz of Alexandria
If you’ve been to a Capitals game and watched the team’s introduction video, you have seen Jose Theodore “Rock the Red” on the guitar. This segment offers some of his thoughts on music and taking the stage.