Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals celebrate first Stanley Cup win with fans at parade.
Capitals head coach Barry Trotz spoke during the team's Stanley Cup celebration in D.C. on June 12. The team announced June 18 that Trotz would be stepping down from his role.
The Washington Post - Affiliate - 3 days ago
Hundreds of thousands of fans packed D.C. Tuesday to celebrate the Capitals' first Stanley Cup championship.
WJZ Baltimore - 1 week ago
Exuberant Washington Capitals hockey player Alex Ovechkin used profanity to describe the team's inspiration at a fan rally to celebrate their victory in the Stanley Cup championship in Washington, D.C...
Reuters Studio - 1 week ago
Washington Capital fans bellowed out Queen’s ‘We Are The Champions’ during the team’s Stanley Cup homecoming parade on the National Mall on June 12. Washington..
Rumble - 1 week ago
A Washington Capitals fan took his celebrations of the team’s Stanley Cup success to the next level when he showed off his homemade Stanley Cup at the Caps’ homecoming parade on..
For the first time in their 44-year history, the Washington Capitals celebrate a Stanley Cup win with a parade through the streets of D.C. with thousands cheering them on. Rough Cut (no reporter..