Capitals To Raise Stanley Cup Banner Oct. 3 Against BruinsThe Washington Capitals will raise their first Stanley Cup banner and open their title defense on Oct. 3 against the Boston Bruins — not the rival Pittsburgh Penguins.
Barry Trotz Resigns As Coach Of The Washington CapitalsBarry Trotz has resigned as coach of the Washington Capitals just weeks after leading the team to the Stanley Cup.
D.C. Honors Stanley Cup-Champion Capitals With ParadeHundreds of thousands of fans packed D.C. Tuesday to celebrate the Capitals' first Stanley Cup championship.
Capitals Victory Parade To Be Held Tuesday, June 12The Capitals will hold their Stanley Cup parade on Tuesday as the team and fans celebrate the franchise's first championship.
Caps' TJ Oshie Shares Cup With Alzheimer's-Afflicted Father"His memory is slipping a little," Oshie said. "This is one memory that I don't think he's going to forget."
Capitals Defeat Golden Knights 4-3 To Win Their 1st Stanley Cuphe Washington Capitals have won their first Stanley Cup.
Caps Fever Spreading Into Baltimore As Team Gets Closer To The Stanley CupThe Washington Capitals are on the verge of doing something they've never done before. They're one victory away from winning the Stanley Cup.
Smith-Pelly To Skip White House Visit If Caps Win Stanley CupCount out Devante Smith-Pelly if the Washington Capitals win the Stanley Cup and are invited to the White House to celebrate with President Donald Trump.
Crab Thrown On Ice Again Following Caps Game 4 WinLooks like another Caps fan sent a crab flying on the ice Monday night after the Capitals won their game against the Golden Knights in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup.
M&T Bank Stadium Turns Red To Support CapsThe Capitals may be housed in Washington D.C., but that doesn't take away from Baltimore's pride. The Baltimore Ravens showed their support by turning M&T Bank Stadium red.
New Caps Tradition? Fan Throws Crab On The Ice During Stanley Cup FinalsBaltimore's own Jimmy's Seafood is now upping the ante for it to happen again
Big D-Men Like Orpik And Engelland Still Have Value In FinalBrooks Orpik went 824 days between goals before scoring the winner in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.