Capitals use note from 'a real doctor' to excuse fans from work for Stanley Cup parade
Just call in sick, Washington
More than 100,000 Washington Capitals fans are expected to show up for Tuesday's , but the team isn't taking any chances when it comes to recruiting support for the big event.
Five days after the Caps, the team issued via Twitter a note from "a real doctor" at Maryland's MedStar Health excusing fans from work:
Some Capitals fansthis note came out on Friday, June 8, the day after Washington won the Stanley Cup. But at least now if you planned to skip work for the parade, you can blame your potential termination on your favorite hockey team.
CBS Sports HQ Daily Newsletter
Get the best highlights and stories - yeah, just the good stuff handpicked by our team to start your day.
Thanks for signing up!
Keep an eye on your inbox for the latest sports news.
There was an error processing your subscription.
The NHL's most notorious pest is at it again
SportsLine's Mike McClure, a DFS pro with almost $2 million in career winnings, gives optimal...
Hockey in SoCal certainly isn't what it used to be
Fowler will undergo surgery to fix 'a complex right facial fracture involving the orbital bone,...
Here's how Gavin McHale, the University of Manitoba women's coach, suited up for Washington...
Hockey players are weird as hell