Alex Ovechkin may be done doing keg stands from the Stanley Cup, but he is happy to help others live out the dream, like Jimmy Fallon on the “Tonight Show.” See photos.
As the 2017-2018 Washington Capitals showed us, sometimes it takes a little longer to reach your goal. And, as WTOP’s Jonathan Warner writes in his column, it just makes it that much sweeter.
Just a few days after going on sale, the Capitals Stanley Cup Champions bobbleheads have been among the most popular NHL championship bobbleheads produced and the company that makes them are adding some more options for fans.
Caps fans will want to tune into “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Monday night to see some special guests from the 2018 Stanley Cup championship team.
Washington Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin dig a keg stand from the Stanley Cup and took a dip in a shallow fountain during the Caps’ long celebration after winning the Cup on Thursday. See video.
Fans hoping to commemorate the Caps win in a unique way may want to consider shelling out $900 for a 3.5-foot-tall Alex Ovechkin bobblehead.
Washington Capitals players, coaches and owner Ted Leonsis were honored at Saturday’s afternoon game where the Nationals took on the Giants.
Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin better warm up his pitching arm — he is going to throw out the ceremonial first pitch when the Nationals host the San Francisco Giants at 12:05 p.m. Saturday.
It turns out Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin had more than just the Stanley Cup to celebrate Thursday night.
Fans of the Washington Capitals have been flocking to local sporting good stores to snap up hats, T-shirts, bumper stickers, and shot glasses emblazoned with the words “Stanley Cup Champions.”
The raw emotion from the Caps win was overwhelming. Eleven years of heartache for them, 43 seasons for the Capitals, erased in an instant of pure joy that later left players helpless to describe it.
The Washington Capitals vanquished every narrative that hung over them from past failures to hoist the Stanley Cup and quench D.C.’s title drought.
Alex Ovechkin finally got to hoist the Stanley Cup. And then he raised the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the Stanley Cup Final. Fellow Russian linemate Evgeny Kuznetsov and goaltender Braden Holtby certainly did some heavy lifting of their own.
Hear the highlights from Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final courtesy the Capitals Radio Network.
Jay Beagle’s relationship with the Capitals began in 2007 over dinner at a TGI Fridays in Las Vegas. Eleven years later, and some 2 miles away, Beagle can win the Stanley Cup Thursday at T-Mobile Arena.
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