"The Caps had an extraordinary season and brought home a victory for the national capital region - its first major sports championship since 1992". Where the pitch failed. Sitting next to a parched Ovechkin afterward, defenceman John Carlson quipped, "It wasn't good".
"So I think they're wide open for business". Ovechkin probably would have been better off.
"Bad pitching", Trotz said. "I told him I should throw the ball".
"I've been here nearly 14 years, and I don't, I won't ever go home and that's my team", said Jennifer.
And on Saturday, of course, they took some photos with the Stanley Cup. This weekend is for celebrating.
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When asked what people love most about the Vegas Born team, everyone said they're grateful for the way these players really reached into the community to help everyone heal after 1 October. They're the first new Cup champion since the Los Angeles Kings in 2012 and finally are atop the National Hockey League after nine early playoff exits. And the pomp and circumstance featured a first pitch from Ovechkin that was, well, rather bad.
"I can't say I'm totally unhappy that the Capitals won", Lilian admitted.
Chugging beers during a TV interview, Capitals players broke out into an impromptu rendition of Queen's "We Are The Champions" and swayed together when it was played during the seventh-inning stretch.
"I'm going to follow them forever", Paul said. It's going to be awesome - not just for us, for the city of Washington I think that has waited a long time for this. "I've been dreaming about this since I started playing here and driving down Constitution every game, and it always popped into my head that one time we're going to have a parade here and finally that day is here. Something you will never forget".