The well-traveled Stanley Cup made its way to Capitol Hill, where fans decked out in team apparel lined the halls of the Rayburn Building to get their turn with the championship prize won by the Washington Capitals this summer.
Matt Niskanen of the Washington Capitals talks with WTOP about the team’s ongoing celebration, his famous Metro rides to Capital One Arena during the Stanley Cup Final, and what he plans to do with his turn with the Stanley Cup.
Caps fans have waited more than 40 years for this day. Thousands of people lined up along Constitution Avenue and on the National Mall to catch a glimpse of the Washington Capitals and the Stanley Cup. See photos and video.
The Capitals will be holding their victory parade on Tuesday, June 12. It will be first championship parade in D.C. in years. Here’s what you need to know.
The Stanley Cup-champion Capitals will give the city its first parade for a major pro sports team since the NFL’s Redskins in 1992. The parade is 26 years in the making for Washington sports fans who endured long, lean years of heartbreak.
To celebrate the Caps’ very first Stanley Cup victory, Adidas announced it is selling a limited edition Washington Capitals inspired running shoe. Check out the photos of the new shoe.
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.
Canady had long ago promised to work her local election site for Virginia’s primaries which also fall on Tuesday and she says she is among many poll workers, candidates and candidate’s staff members who want to attend this historic parade, but cannot.
The Washington Capitals will celebrate their 2018 Stanley Cup with a parade in downtown D.C. and a rally on the National Mall on June 12, the team announced.
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.
D.C.’s police chief is crediting the Stanley Cup-winning Washington Capitals fans for their role in a huge, loud street celebration that resulted in a single arrest.
WTOP’s Dave Johnson said whether people in D.C. realize it now or not, the area is a lot more confident today. All things are possible because a hockey team reminded us it’s OK to believe.
Both teams had something to celebrate. But only Washington would be drinking out of the Stanley Cup.
Hear the Capitals highlights from Game 1 of the Stanley Cup as heard on the Capitals Radio Network.