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“I could say my goal is to make the playoffs and have the team be profitable,” he told Elliot. “Boring. I could say I want us to win the Stanley Cup. I mean, that’s a great aspiration, that’s on my list. But really, my aspiration is to bring the city closer together. Because as we’re seeing, nothing brings a city closer together than a winning [sports] team.

“And, I want immortality for the players. Once you get your name on the Cup, you’re immortal. They’ll never take that away. And I really want to create bonding memories for mothers and fathers and sons and daughters and families, because that’s how you define yourself….

-Washington Capitals Owner Ted Leonsis.  Much more from Dan Steinberg of D.C. Sports Bog at the Washington Post.

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