Stanley Cup has toured D.C. region in style

Brian Tinsman
June 10, 2018 - 11:06 pm

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Oh, the places you'll go...and see Lord Stanley's Cup.

After winning the Cup in Las Vegas on Thursday night, Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals gave the Stanley Cup quite the introduction to Washington, D.C.

Here is an overview of all the places that the Cup visited, and every conceivable use for it along the way:

First Stop: Dulles Airport

Partying in Arlington

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Saturday: Nationals Park 


Saturday Evening in D.C.:


Saturday Night Cuddles

Sunday: A Day of Rest

The big footage coming out Sunday was Alex Ovechkin standing near a grill that is definitely on fire (and not in a good way), swaying back and forth and singing We Are the Champions, as he has for the last 72 hours. It's actually pretty amazing as a compilation:

However, it looks like the Cup itself finally got a day of rest, even if Ovechkin and the team are still partying.

The weekend might be over, but you can still expect to see the Cup travel all around the world over the next several months.

On Monday, the night before the victory parade through downtown D.C., Ovechkin and Braden Holtby will be on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, no doubt carrying the Cup with them.

What would you do with the cup? A few of you chimed in while Chris Russell was on the air on Sunday:


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