After Hours: Adam Oates unhappy with Capitals loss

Washington Capitals head coach Adam Oates frets about losing in Calgary, while Flames forward T.J. Galiardi is thrilled to be playing for his hometown team.

Flames' T.J. Galiardi talks about playing with hometown team

Washington Capitals head coach Adam Oates and Calgary Flames forward T.J. Galiardi were Saturday night’s the guests on After Hours.

Oates, an NHL Hall of Famer, talked to host Scott Oake and analyst Kelly Hrudey about his team’s tough 5-2 loss to the Flames. He was also glad to see that goaltender BradenHoltby was upset after being pulled in the first period.

Galiardi then came on and discussed the thrill of playing for his hometown NHL club. 


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