Go crazy, Washington. The Capitals are Stanley Cup champions.

So who in Washington remembers how to do a championship parade? Because the city requires one again — finally.

The Washington Capitals put decades of playoff disappointment behind them, defeating the Vegas Golden Knights 4-3 on Thursday night to claim the Stanley Cup for the first time in the franchise’s 44-year history.

The Caps rallied back from a 3-2 third-period deficit in Las Vegas with goals from Devante Smith-Pelly and Lars Eller to win their fourth-straight game in the series. Eller punched in a rebound with 7:37 remaining and the Caps held on to claim the title — Washington’s first major sports championship since the local NFL team won Super Bowl XXVI in 1992.

“I’m just so excited, so happy, it’s unbelievable…,” Capitals captain Alexander Ovechkin, the winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP, told Scott Oake on Rogers Sportsnet. “Fans, we did it! Get some beers, get some whatever, and start celebrating! We’re the Stanley Cup champions! Washington Capitals,…

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