ARLINGTON, Va. – The eighth and final episode of Capitals Red Line Monday presented by Geico, a fast-paced, behind-the-scenes look at the team, airs on a new day Tuesday, April 14, at 9:30 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet. The episode, which features part two of the behind the scenes look at Brooks Laich
’s crib and an in-depth look at the Capitals goaltender Brent Johnson, will also be replayed on Comcast SportsNet and through On Demand where available.
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 eight of Capitals Red Line Monday airing April 14 at 9:30 p.m.:
Presented by Eastern Motors
Part two of Brooks Laich
’s new house. We know Brooks likes to relax by jamming on his guitar, which made him somewhat unpopular with his apartment neighbors last year, but with a big spacious basement in his new house, Brooks can make all the noise or music he wants.
Who I Am
Presented by The Front Page
Catch up with goalie Brent Johnson after practice as Capitals Red Line Monday asks him a couple of questions ranging from what is was like growing up in a hockey family to how he spends his off time. Here’s a hint, rumor has it that Brent may be the next Tiger Woods.
It was just a year ago that the Caps won 11 of their last 12 games to gain a spot in the playoffs with a win on the final day. Considering where the Caps were in the standings on Thanksgiving Day, winning the 2008 Southeast Division championship was a truly remarkable feat.
Presented by The Greene Turtle
Grace and Jay Cohen have been Caps season ticket holders since inaugural season. The Cohen’s aren’t your average season ticket holders as throughout the years they’ve been involved with the Caps organization and have even been surrogate parents to some Caps players.
Forces of Hockey
Presented by Jones-Rogers, a Lennox premier dealer
Professor Bradley is back in his lab. This week’s lesson is the school of hard knocks. In this episode, as he examines the force of a good strong punch and who better to “put under the microscope” than the leagues ultimate enforcer, Donald Brashear.
Presented by Geico
Brett Leonhardt is back in the locker room interviewing the mites before they take the ice at Verizon Center. Brett’s question for the day is what type of animal they resemble when they’re all ‘geared’ up. Kids can say the funniest of things.
Presented by SUBWAY Restaurants
The Caps in-game presentation has been recognized as of late. A big part of the Caps game presentation is stage manager Rachel Becker. Rachel keeps the show on line and on time. One minute she’s the den mother for the Red Rockers and the next minute she’s dropping parachutes from the catwalk. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what makes the Caps game presentation the talk of the league.
The total game experience is on Caps owner Ted Leonsis’ mind this week. Ted‘s vision of a great game experience covers everything from the music you hear at play stoppage to the T-Shirts the Red Rockers send into the crowd. Ted believes it’s the small details that can persuade hockey fan to become a Caps fan for life.
Ask A Cap
Presented by American Service Center/Mercedes-Benz of Alexandria
Favorite female athlete is this week’s topic as it may surprise you to find out who’s on the Caps list and what sports they play.
Original show listings dates and times:
Tuesday, April 14 9:30 p.m. Comcast SportsNet
Re-air Wednesday, April 15 7 p.m. Comcast SportsNet