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Topic - Rob Keaton
In his 26 years with The Washington Times' sports section, Dave Fay left lasting impressions on everyone that he met. He's been described as crusty, cynical, blunt, sour and above all else, a good man.
"We're all hockey fans, we're all Caps fans and we all hate cancer," Keaton said.
"I don't know how many guys will turn out, but I think we've gotten a lot more attention," Keaton said. "I think a lot of blogs have picked it up, and I think we're getting a little more traction this year."