The NHL released the 2020 All-Star jerseys Wednesday and the Capitals' will be looking good.
The white, blue and black jerseys feature stripes with the team's logo and a 2020 NHL All-Star Game patch.
We may not be impartial, but the Caps have the best All-Star jerseys by far.
The All-Star Game will be held Saturday, Jan. 25 in St. Louis, Missouri.
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John Carlson took to Instagram on Tuesday to voice his support for those protesting and the Black Lives Matter movement, as America comes to grips with civil unrest following the murder of George Floyd.
"#BlackLivesMatter. Like many, I grieve the senseless murder of George Floyd and countless other black Americans. The racism that plagues our country is unacceptable. While as a white man I have not experienced racism and its anguish firsthand, I stand in support of those who have and acknowledge the need to deeply transform as a country," his Instagram post read.
Carlson's message also included a call to action for his followers, encouraging everyone to become a part of the solution. Understanding the platform he has as an athlete, he did not want his voice to go unheard.
"We have to do better to eliminate all forms of racism and inspire positive, permanent change. I have always believed that actions speak louder than words, but I felt it was necessary and important to add my voice to help advance things in any way I can. I am committed to using my position to learn, listen and be a part of the solution."
Carlson joins those in the Capitals community such as Alex Ovechkin and the Holtby family, as well as numerous other figures and teams in the sports world, in voicing support.
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The Holtbys have always been quite vocal about the causes they support so it is no surprise to see Brandi Holtby take to Twitter amid the current chaos facing the nation.
As unrest continues to grip America in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, Brandi took to Twitter Monday to send out a message of support to the Black Lives Matter movement and the protestors in Washington.
The Tweet was from Brandi's account, but at the bottom was signed "Braden & Brandi Holtby."
This is not the first time the Holtbys have advocated on behalf of others. Both have been quite active supporters of the LGBTQ+ community while in Washington.
The Holtbys' message comes one day after Alex Ovechkin took to Twitter to advocate everyone to "respect and love each other."