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Washington Capitals Red Rockers: Sarah’s Favorite Book

Sarah of the Red Rockers (Image from capitals.nhl.com)

With the Bruins facing the Captials Tuesday night, we want to take a look at all angles of the match-up. Sarah, a member of the Washington Capitals Red Rockers (their version of the Bruins’ Ice Girls), is an attractive lady with a a big future ahead of her (she’s a George Mason University graduate with a job as a financial analyst).

Thanks to a tip from SoB Reader Dave, it appears that despite her education and occupation, Sarah’s favorite book is “Facebook.” Yep. Facebook. Not Harry Potter. Not Twilight. Not Shakespeare. Facebook!?!

Check it out.

In all seriousness, she was probably kidding, but it’s nice to poke a little fun…especially with the ice-cold Bruins facing the red-hot Caps. If the only thing we have over the Caps is smarter Ice Girls, then I’ll hang my hat on that.

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