About Me

This is my blog about the Washington Capitals.  Here you will find game analysis, information on upcoming matchups, player profiles, and much more to keep you up-to-date with the Caps.  Here’s some information about me…
 
           I am Robert Plant, a native of Annapolis, Maryland and a current student at Towson University where I study Mass Communications.  I also played four years for the University’s club ice hockey team. I have four sisters along with eight nieces and nephews.  I graduated from DeMatha Catholic High School in 2003, while playing ice hockey for both DeMatha’s Varsity team, and the Washington Junior Capitals hockey club where I received Rookie of the Year in the MET-league.  After graduating I moved to Boston, Massachusetts to play Junior A hockey for the Bay State Breakers for two years.
            I like to spend my free time playing golf, but not as well as Tiger of course, and I also love to listen to music and jam on the guitar.  Although playing numerous sports as a child, my true passion is ice hockey, which I’ve been playing for 19 years.  I received the All-Met Player of the Year Award and 1st Team All-Met my senior year as captain at DeMatha, along with two state championships my sophomore and junior years.
          I plan to graduate from Towson in the Spring of 2010, and pursue a career in writing or public relations.  I also plan to coach younger children and be a mentor for youth hockey players.  I am currently a mentor for the Baltimore Saints special hockey program.  My experiences both on and off the ice have molded me into a responsible and mature young man.  My leadership skills have helped lead my past teams to state and world championships, and I hope to carry those same skills into the workforce.
 

*Special Thanks to jnoyesphotography at flickr for the banner pictures and to Ryan Parks for helping put it together

 

 

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2 responses to “About Me

  1. M. Mitchell

    Awesome blog! You do a great job!

  2. Robert A, great blog, Sir. You are doing the best thing an aspiring writer can do — write. I am super proud of you. It’s an honor to have you in my class.

    My best to you in all things,
    Les

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