The Capitals 2023 Dog Calendar, aka the perfect holiday gift, is now officially on sale

The Washington Capitals announced Wednesday that their 2023 Dogs calendar is now available for purchase. This year’s calendar features photos of 27 different players posing with either their dogs or their rescues. It also features Biscuit, the Capitals’ service dog in training.

Proceeds from sales of the calendar will benefit Wolf Trap Animal Rescue and the Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation.

The calendar costs $20 and is available for purchase online, in the team store and merchandise kiosks at Capital One Arena, and in the team store at the MedStar Capitals Iceplex.

Here’s what the front cover will look like and also some preview shots courtesy of Caps PR.

Alex Ovechkin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, and Dmitry Orlov for the month of January

Tom Wilson for the month of March

Garnet Hathaway and Nick Dodd for the month of May

Darcy Comber and Charlie Lindgren for June

Trevor Van Riemsdyk and Conor Cherry for July

Virgil Ocampo Photography donated comprehensive photography and photo editing services to the calendar. Paige Dowd, Annie van Riemsdyk, and Taylor Wilson served as art directors for the project.

For out-of-area fans, the MedStar Capitals Iceplex Team Store takes orders by phone.

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2023 Caps Canine Calendar is now available

Arlington, Virginia – The Capitals 2023 Dog Calendar is now available for purchase, with proceeds benefiting Wolf Trap Animal Rescue (WTAR) and the Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation.

The calendar costs $20 and is available for purchase online at washcaps.com/caninecalendars, at the Team Store and merchandise kiosks at Capital One Arena, and at the Team Store at the MedStar Capitals Iceplex.

The 2023 Capitals Canine calendar features photos of Capitals players Connor Brown, John Carlson, Lars Eller, Garnet Hathaway, Nick Jensen, Darcy Kuemper, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Charlie Lindgren, Anthony Mantha, Connor McMichael, TJ Oshie, Alex Ovechkin, Conor Sheary, and Dylan playing with their dogs. Nic Dowd, Trevor van Riemsdyk, and Tom Wilson with their dogs and puppies from Wolf Trap Animal Rescue; and Niklas Backstrom, Martin Vervary, Erik Gustafsson, Karl Hagelin, Matt Irwin, Lukas Johansen, Marcus Johansson, Dimitri Orlov, Aliaksi Protas, and Joe Snuffley with dogs from Wolf Trap Animal Rescue. Biscuit, the Capitals’ service dog in training, is also featured on the calendar.

Virgil Ocampo Photography generously donated photography and photo editing services to this project. Paige Dowd, Annie van Riemsdyk, and Taylor Wilson served as art directors for the calendar.

MSE and Capitals have donated nearly $600,000 to local animal shelters through the sale of Caps Canine Calendars since 2012.

Founded in 2015, Wolf Trap Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the primary mission of operating a rescue, transportation, and adoption program for life-saving animals. These transportations operate weekly, ferrying hundreds of homeless puppies and kittens from Mississippi to adoptive homes in Northern Virginia. Relocating these pets helps prevent shelter overcrowding and unnecessary euthanasia—providing these pets’ only hope for finding a home. Once transferred to WTAR’s foster program in Northern Virginia, rescued pets are provided with all the necessary veterinary care and training they need until they find their perfect forever home through WTAR’s adoption program. Since 2015, Wolf Trap Animal Rescue has rescued and adopted nearly 12,000 homeless pets in need.

The MSE Foundation is committed to making the greater Washington area a better place for everyone by supporting game-changing solutions for the community. Learn more at MonumentalFoundation.org and follow the MSE Foundation on Twitter and Instagram.

Banner photo: Alan Dobbins / RMNB

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