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Joel Ward, Jason Chimera imitate John Walton, Mike Vogel

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Hasn’t been a whole lot of levity recently for the Washington Capitals. Here, at least, is some.

In honor of the calendar, the team’s customary “Two-Man Advantage” Web show — starring radio voice John Walton and staff writer Mike Vogel — was instead hosted by Joel Ward and Jason Chimera, with the aid of some fancy headgear.

Chimera did a convincing job portraying a crazy man with a deranged accent obsessed with tossing his hair about and citing obscure statistics with incredible ferocity. Ward did well to use Walton’s “Good morning, good afternoon and goodnight” catchphrase, multiple times. Also, he was bald.

Also there were a lot of laughs. I remember those.

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.
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