Caps announce this year’s ‘Courage Caps’ design


Courtesy of the Washington Capitals

The Caps launched the Courage Caps program during the 2007-2008 season. According to a release sent by the team, the campaign has donated nearly $350,000 to charity through the sale of 12,000 Courage Caps in six years and more than 5,000 T-shirts in four years.

The $20 caps and T-shirts will go on sale beginning Feb. 4 at the team stores at Kettler and Verizon Center, as well as on the team’s Web site. For $50, fans can purchase a cap or shirt signed by Nicklas Backstrom, John Carlson, Mike Green, Braden Holtby, Alex Ovechkin or Tom Wilson. For $40, you can get the gear signed by any other individual Capitals player.

As in past years, all proceeds from the sales of the camo-inspired gear benefit the TAPS program. Here is Karl Alzner, John Carlson and Nicklas Backstrom modeling this year’s design.

 


courtesy of the Washington Capitals

courtesy of the Washington Capitals

courtesy of the Washington Capitals

courtesy of the Washington Capitals

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Sarah Kogod · January 31, 2014