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Latest Ted Leonsis Items
Wizards owner Ted Leonsis rocked a Nene jersey during Washington's Game 4 win on Sunday. Everyone noticed. Well, almost everyone.
Wizards owner Ted Leonsis shows his support by wearing a Nene jersey after the forward was suspended for game four.
Even with the team's "X-factor" suspended, the Washington Wizards had a No. 42 sitting next to the bench. The 57-year-old with graying hair couldn't box out or grab a rebound, but owner Ted Leonsis waved his red towel and egged on a cheering crowd that chanted "Free Nene!"
With the search for a new general manager, the Caps' roster could get an overhaul. Could Alex Ovechkin be a part of those changes?
Capitals owner Ted Leonsis promised a thorough review of his organization after it missed the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since 2008. Over the course of 11 days, Leonsis and team president Dick Patrick did exactly that.
Whatever was said in those exit interviews, it was enough to cost George McPhee and Adam Oates their jobs. More here from CSN Insider Chuck Gormley.
Watch as Ted Leonsis describes the process of the decision to fire Adam Oates and decline to renew George McPhee.
General manager George McPhee and coach Adam Oates lost their jobs with the Washington Capitals on Saturday, about two weeks after the team failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2007.
Capitals general manager George McPhee will not have his contract renewed and coach Adam Oates has been fired, the organization announced on Saturday morning. McPhee was the third-longest tenured general manager in the NHL, serving in his position since 1997.