How the Capitals’ Vegas trip changed my life

By Alex BurrowsPosted February 12, 2019 08:50:52It’s been almost five years since I started playing in the NHL.

It was my first season as an NHL player and I’d never been in Vegas before.

It was the first time I’d ever been there.

It’s where I was born, but I’d played in Chicago.

I was in the desert.

I’d been to the NHL on a lot of other continents.

The city was pretty cool.

It’s a great city and they have a lot to offer.

They’re known for their food and beer, and that’s what I’m going to bring in here, too.

So, I figured I would be there to take my wife, Jessica, to the bar and have some beers.

I just love it.

The bars in Vegas are very fun to be in, especially with all the good food and good music.

I was really lucky.

I played in a team that went to the Stanley Cup Finals in the last five years.

I got to meet some of the most famous people in hockey.

They were a little nervous about it at first, but after a while, they started enjoying it and it really helped my confidence.

I played for a great organization in Philadelphia.

We were in the Stanley Series in ’11 and ’12, so it was fun to see how well they did and just kind of enjoy myself.

I really enjoyed the experience.

It took me a while to realize I really wanted to be a head coach in the NFL.

That was a really tough decision because I had spent most of my career in Europe, and I was trying to get back to my roots.

But I really felt like it was the right move.

After I went to Germany, the NHL was really interested in me, and when they saw my video I really liked what I saw.

I had done a lot in Germany and had gotten to know all the players.

But in Germany, they had a really tight system and a lot more rules.

I liked that, so I decided to come to the States.

I went through the process of applying to every team.

I took a lot.

I actually got in for one team and then I was rejected for another one.

That’s when I really realized I needed to go back.

I had two kids, a boy and a girl.

I wanted to keep them all happy.

I couldn’t keep them away from their dad, so that was really important to me.

I didn’t want to be out there working with a new generation of kids and not have any of them growing up knowing who I was.

The other thing I wanted was to have a family, and it was hard to make a living as a head football coach.

I worked very hard and was lucky enough to have the support of my wife.

I’m just really lucky to be able to be with them and support them.

I’m a big believer in the power of family.

We have four kids, and you’re always trying to grow them as a family.

I think the more you have a bond with them, the better it is for your kids.

My oldest is two years old and he’s very close to his dad.

We’re getting there now.

It feels great.

It does.

We went to see a movie at the theater, and then we watched some movies and went to dinner.

My wife and I had a lot going on at the same time, so we sat down and talked about what we’re going to do next.

I said, “I don’t know.

We’ll do something.”

I want to keep my kids out of it.

We’re going in to the hotel room and Jessica is crying, so she’s sitting on the floor.

I asked her, “What are you crying about?”

She’s just crying, but she’s very excited.

So I started talking to her about it and she said, “‘Oh, I don’t want my kids to know anything about me.'”

I love her.

I’ve always loved her, so now I can’t wait to be around her and her kids.

I can do whatever I want with them.

It has been a good week for us, too, as I started getting calls from different teams.

We’ve been in contact with the Arizona Coyotes, Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Columbus Blue Jackets, Detroit Red Wings, Nashville Predators, Washington Capitals, Toronto Maple Leafs, New Jersey Devils, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, New Orleans Pelicans, San Jose Sharks, Philadelphia Flyers, Detroit Panthers, Minnesota Wild, Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia Islanders, Carolina Hurricanes, Edmonton Oilers, Dallas Stars, Toronto Raptors, Edmonton Eskimos, Winnipeg Jets, Florida Panthers, New England Patriots, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Vikings, Washington Nationals, Arizona Coyotes and San Jose Earthquakes.

We got a lot, so there’s plenty to talk about,