Trump congratulates Capitals on Stanley Cup win

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A Washington Capitals fan holds a sign in the streets outside Capital One Arena in Washington after Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final between the Washington Capitals and the Vegas Golden Knights in Las Vegas.

The parade celebrating the Washington Capitals' first Stanley Cup Final championship will begin at 11 a.m at Constitution Avenue and 17th Street NW and proceed along Constitution Avenue to 7th Street NW. Now GM of the first-year Golden Knights, McPhee spent 17 seasons with the Capitals and built most of the core of the Cup-winning team.

"Every team was special", Ovechkin, who has been Washington's captain since 2010, said.

"It's exactly what I envisioned", Leonsis said.

For his part, Trotz said, "I said to Brian there's no reason that I don't want to be there [in Washington]". "See what kind of swigs they've got".

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Alex Ovechkin put both hands to his head and screamed while he left the bench and skated into the thick of the Washington Capitals' joyous celebration. I think the logic of relying on a 32-year-old superstar to drag your team into the playoffs and then be your best player through the playoffs as well isn't one most teams would plan, though most players aren't like Ovechkin.

But the possibility of the first Stanley Cup title in the Capitals' 43-year history has sent the capital city into a frenzy of "Caps" pride. "He remembers enough, but I'll tell you what, he's here tonight, I don't know where he's at, but this one will stick with him forever".

However, in the usually insightful metered market results, last night's Capitals winning game scored a 4.98 rating.

One of the side effects of the Capitals' excellent defensive play was Braden Holtby regaining the confidence he lost during a subpar regular season. Going into this playoff, Kuznetsov had 19 points in 39 playoff games.

After the game, Oshie was understandably emotional. "We just have to believe it and keep working, keep playing".

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