Capitals and Wizards owner Ted Leonsis participated in The Post's On Leadership series to talk about why he believed D.C. could be a hockey town, what it's like to own two of the city's most "public" private companies and the importance of transparency. Watch below:
On the team's recent success leading to selling more tickets: "What it's allowed us to do, frankly, now, is only focus on one thing, and that's this generational excellence and win the Stanley Cup."
On owning sports teams vs. owning other companies: "Sports teams are private. I'm the majority owner of my teams; they're not public, yet they're the most public of companies. It's really the fan base's team, not mine. And they're activists."