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Devante Smith-Pelly said he's hoping to inspire young African Americans,... [Read More]
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WUSA9's Michael Quander explains how the Caps' Devante Smith-Pelly is fighting stigma and opening doors for African Americans. [Read More]
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The Caps haven't officially received a White House invitation, but at least one player isn't interested in going... [Read More]
Devante Smith-Pelly hasn't changed his mind about forgoing a potential White House invite. [Read More]
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During the Washington Capitals' breakdown day Wednesday, most players expressed an openness toward the prospect of a White House visit, should President Trump invite the... [Read More]
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Canadian forward Devante Smith-Pelly, who is black, backed up his previous statement that he did not want to go to the White House, adding that... [Read More]
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The Capitals are still pondering the idea of taking part in the traditional White House visit, though the majority of players asked about a possible... [Read More]
From the moment Devante Smith-Pelly and T.J. Oshie walked out of Capital One Arena with smiles on their faces and beers in hand to load... [Read More]
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Devante Smith-Pelly had key roles in the Caps winning the Stanley Cup. For some fans, he is also helping to change perceptions and break stereotypes.        ... [Read More]
From the moment Devante Smith-Pelly and T.J. Oshie walked out of Capital Arena with smiles on their faces and beers in hand to load the... [Read More]
Donning a WWE championship belt custom made for him by the WWE's Triple H, Smith-Pelly took time out off the busses to mingle in the... [Read More]
From the moment Devante Smith-Pelly and T.J. Oshie walked out of Capital Arena with smiles on their faces and beers in hand to load the... [Read More]
Before Caps forward Devante Smith-Pelly walked on stage after getting off of the team bus, he stopped to not only greet fans, but take photos,... [Read More]
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