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Tag Archives: 2018 Stanley Cup Finals
When He Was Younger, T.J. Oshie and His Father Reenacted Winning the Stanley Cup and They Made That Backyard Dream Come True
Photo: Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images We all remember where we were on June 7, 2018. We remember the emotions of that night and hearing the words, “The Washington Capitals are 2018 Stanley Cup Champions”. For Capitals forward T.J. Oshie, … Continue reading
It is hard to believe it’s already been a year since that insane Game 2 of the 2018 Stanley Cup Final. The Washington Capitals defeated the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2 at T-Mobile Arena and won their first ever Stanley Cup … Continue reading
Before we begin our BACK2BACK run, let’s look back at a few of the celebrations and lovable antics of the Washington Capitals, one more time…or two…or three…
Photos: NHL Via Getty Images Imagine you fell asleep in 1974, the Caps’ first year of existence. You reawakened in June of 2018, the year the Capitals won their first Stanley Cup.
Photo: Washington Capitals While the Capitals’ Stanley Cup win was just under two weeks ago, the celebration continues in even the most subtle forms. Many fans have paid tribute to the team’s first-ever team to capture Lord Stanley’s mug in … Continue reading
Lars Eller’s Coming Out Postseason Party: How The “Great Dane” Overcame Adversity and Finished on Top of the World
Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Like any Stanley Cup champion’s playoff run, the Capitals’ postseason was punctuated by outstanding performances by both star players and unsung heroes alike. Alex Ovechkin was himeself, potting huge goals and blocking shots, too. Evgeny Kuznetsov blossomed … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals After what was, to put it lightly, an eventful night in Washington D.C. and in Las Vegas (see Stanley Cup championship), on Thursday, the Capitals returned home with their luggage and two additional pieces of hardware on Friday … Continue reading
Photo: NHL via Getty Images Washington Capitals fans, your moment has finally come! Your team is Stanley Cup champions. The celebrations have just begun and on Tuesday morning, the Capitals will hold a parade in downtown Washington, D.C. It will … Continue reading
GMBM the Champion: General Manager Brian MacLellan Joins Elite Company With the Capitals’ Stanley Cup Win
Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan was mostly unheard of when the Capitals promoted him to his current position in May 2014. While many were unsure of what to expect from the longtime Capitals executive, MacLellan has been … Continue reading
Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz finally coached a team to a Stanley Cup championship. He achieved this feat in the final year of his four-year deal.