Caps celebrating playoff run with ‘Beard-A-Thon’ Caps fans are being asked to participate in the league’s annual charity Beard-A-Thon Check out this story on

Washington Capitals fans cheer from the stands during the Capitals’ game against the Chicago Blackhawks in the second period during the 2015 Winter Classic hockey game at Nationals Park.

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) — The playoff beard is one of hockey’s most visible traditions, and with the Caps gearing up for another playoff push, fans are being asked to put down the razors.

The team is holding their annual “Beard-A-Thon”, where fans can grow their playoff beards to raise money for the American Special Hockey Association.

#Caps Fans are Invited to Participate in Beard-A-Thon®, 1 of hockey’s most visible traditions!— Washington Capitals (@washcaps) April 7, 2015


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