Tag Archives: 2018 Stanley Cup Champions

2017-2018 Washington Capitals Inducted Into D.C. Sports Hall of Fame [IMAGES]

Ten new members and the first Team of Distinction of the Washington DC Sports Hall of Fame were honored during a pregame ceremony on Sunday, June 23 at Nationals Park, before the Nationals faced the Atlanta Braves. The team of distinction? … Continue reading

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That Next Morning Feeling: Was It Real?

Photo: @nastyashubskya Yesterday was amazing for Caps fans. Celebrating the Stanley Cupiversary allowed us to revel in the goosebump-inducing moments of June 7, 2018: Devante Smith-Pelly and Lars Eller excelling in clutch moments. A weird scoreboard clock issue and Nick … Continue reading

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Coming Home! – The First Night Home With The Stanley Cup In The DMV Was Historic

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik After a wild night in Vegas, which began by officially apprehending the Stanley Cup from the defending Champion Pittsburgh Penguins with a 4-3 win over the Vegas Golden Knights, and followed with a full night of epic celebrating … Continue reading

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Capitals to Host Tales of the Cup at Capital One Arena Nov. 30

The Washington Capitals will host Tales of the Cup, a presentation featuring The Hockey Hall of Fame’s Keeper of the Cup Phil Pritchard, at 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, at Capital One Arena. A game ticket is required for … Continue reading

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Tim Barnes Has His Day With The Stanley Cup in Calgary, Alberta

Thursday, October 25 was Tim Barne’s (aka Vic Ferrari) day with the Stanley Cup in Calgary, Alberta. Barnes is the Director of Hockey Analytics for the Capitals.   (Reminder, you can find links to each and every “day with the Stanley Cup” … Continue reading

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Kris Wagner’s Day With The Stanley Cup in Columbus, Ohio

Washington Capitals Director of Hockey Operations Kris Wagner, along with his wife, Jenn, and children, Ty and Addie, pose with the Stanley Cup during its stop at Shanahan Middle School on Friday. Dillon Davis | The Gazette On Friday, October … Continue reading

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The Time Alex Chiasson Went Missing For a Few Minutes The Morning After the Capitals Won The Stanley Cup

In the latest edition of Elliotte Friedman’s “31 Thoughts” (here) Friedman shares a story about then Capitals forward Alex Chiasson and events related to the team’s departure from Las Vegas the morning after the Capitals won the Stanley Cup. It … Continue reading

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