Nothing can stop them, not even their terrible defence. Plan the parade!
The Hockey Hall of Fame has asked Washington Capitals players to stop doing keg stands from the Stanley Cup because they hate fun. Boo!
The Washington Capitals star continued his epic celebrations in Moscow, where he filled up the Cup with booze and caviar, and took it to a World Cup fan fest.
Craig "Woody" Leydig brought the Cup to the temporary Capital Gazette office days after a gunman killed five employees in the newsroom.
Less than a week after the Stanley Cup victory parade in D.C., Barry Trotz is out as head coach. What happened?
Many of the Capitals were living and dying with every play during their run, a stark contrast to the hockey stoicism we're so used to.
Ovechkin won't put the cup down, Zambonis in the streets, a Stanley Cup made of beer cans—what else do you want?
Or is there a certain Pittsburgh superstar who knows a thing or two about getting wild with Lord Stanley's favorite beer stein?
He slept with the thing, sang "We Are the Champions" nearly a jillion times, and somehow was able to throw a baseball at a Washington Nationals game.
The Washington Capitals made the most of being in Las Vegas while celebrating their Stanley Cup win.
"You bet your ass he's going to remember this one."
Down Goes Brown makes his predictions for each first-round matchup of the Stanley Cup playoffs.