Tag Archives: Wounded Warriors

Capitals vs. Capitol Culture

What the Capitals and the NHL Can Teach Washington As Lee Greenwood stepped to the stage for the 2nd intermission of this year’s Winter Classic, stadium announcer Wes Johnson, working from a pre-approved script, introduced him as one of America’s … Continue reading

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Hockey Diplomacy

Tuesday afternoon saw a nice crowd of hockey aficionados turn out for the Canadian Embassy’s annual Hockey Day luncheon. This event is held every spring and it coincides with a Canadian team’s visit to Verizon. Travel timing didn’t work out … Continue reading

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Chicago Style

Congressman Mike Quigley (D-IL) knows a thing or two about a good brawl. “It’s tough, it’s fast, and you better be highly skilled,” says the Chicago pol bluntly.  “Believe me, I’ve got my share of bruises and stitches over the … Continue reading

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Warriors on Ice

“Hockey was a life-saver for me.” Retired Army Staff Sgt. Drew Hill doesn’t sound like a guy who’s life needed saving.  He’s confident and friendly, with that ingrained Army habit of calling you ‘Sir’, and he loves talking about hockey.  … Continue reading

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