The star of Canada Day celebrations at the Canadian Embassy in D.C. on Sunday was the Stanley Cup.
Caps fans rocked the red on Saturday at Fanfest for a picture with the Stanley Cup and a chance to get a peek at the team’s development camp scrimmage at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington, Virginia. But some fans said they were turned away from the event even as they stood in line for hours.
Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson and the Stanley Cup will make an appearance in Maryland’s Bethesda Row district on July 4 for a fundraiser benefiting a foundation that fights childhood cancer.
The Capitals star and owner posed for pictures and traded high fives with kids rocking the red, many of whom were on Cloud Nine after touching the Cup.
Barry Trotz professed his love for the D.C. area and dropped at least a couple of hints during the Stanley Cup celebration that suggest he’ll be back as Capitals coach next season.
Sophia Michnick got separated from her parents amid the thousands of Caps fans Tuesday morning. Credit D.C. police with the save.
A look back at the 2017-18 NHL season that resulted in the first-ever Stanley Cup for the Washington Capitals.
Thousands of Washington Capitals fans from far and wide came out to support the team on Tuesday during the Stanley Cup victory parade along the National Mall. See photos and video.
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.
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.
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.
The Washington Capitals have been celebrating winning the Stanley Cup since the final game in Las Vegas, Nevada, and parties have continued in D.C. all weekend long. See photos and videos of the celebrations.
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.
The Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals returned home Friday evening and gathered on the roof deck of Don Tito in Clarendon to celebrate. See photos.
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