Barry Trotz won an NHL-best 205 of his 328 regular-season games (63 percent) since taking over as Washington's coach in 2014 — and, of course, the 2018 Stanley Cup. Now he's gone. a
The Washington Capitals on Monday released their 2018-19 preseason schedule, which has seven games against four teams.
Dozens of fans took an early MARC Penn Line train to get down to Washington in time to see the Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup victory parade — and to them, it was "absolutely worth it."
Fans cheer the Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals during a victory parade and rally at The National Mall, Tuesday, June 12, 2018, in Washington.
Nine early playoff exits paved the way for the Capitals' unexpected Stanley Cup run and made the trip down Constitution Avenue all the more satisfying.
Jimmy Fallon invited the Washington Capitals' Alex Ovechkin, Braden Holtby and Triple Crown jockey Mike Smith to partake in a Stanley Cup keg stand.
The Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup championship parade will have a little bit of everything, including F-16 Fighting Falcons, two marching bands and more.
Capitals fans have waited all their lives to see a victory parade — here's everything you need to know to get down there and enjoy the day.
As members of the Capitals were taking the Stanley Cup trophy around D.C., they ran into a famous couple.
After spending the weekend partying in D.C., Alex Ovechkin and Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals will head to New York City to appear on NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday.
If at first you don't succeed, try throwing out the ceremonial first pitch a second time as the Capitals' Alex Ovechkin did Saturday at the Nationals game.
Over 12 percent of all households in the Baltimore market tuned in for the Capitals’ 4-3 win Thursday over the Golden Knights.
The NHL gets a lot of things wrong. On Thursday, after the Capitals completed a five-game victory over the Golden Knights to win the Cup for the first time in franchise history, everything came out right.
Browse photos of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Washington Capitals and Vegas Golden Knights.
Fans celebrated the Capitals' first Stanley Cup championship Thursday night and early Friday morning in Washington.
LeBron James and Stephen Curry made it clear earlier this week that no matter who wins the NBA championship this year, neither team would be making the traditional White House visit. President Trump said Friday morning that neither team would be invited
For the first time in their 44-year history, the Washington Capitals are the Stanley Cup champions.
After decades of heartache, tears of disbelief, joy, relief and happiness for longtime Capitals fans.
It hasn't been that long since a championship parade was held in Baltimore, but it's been more than 25 years for D.C. Maryland teams and schools hit social media to congratulate the Caps on their first Stanley Cup.
Sports columnists and reporters weigh in on the Washington Capitals first Stanley Cup championship in team history.
Whether they be Washington Capitals fans from Baltimore or those who couldn’t get tickets for the Capital One Arena show, people made their own hockey atmosphere at Power Plant Live!’s Stanley Cup Game 5 viewing party.
Tens of thousands of red-clad Capitals fans partied in the streets Thursday night to celebrate the franchise's first Stanley Cup and the city's first title in the major four professional sports since 1992.
The Capitals forward's father Tim has been suffering from Alzheimer's disease but made the trip to Las Vegas to see his son win the Stanley Cup
After years of heartache, the puck finally bounces the right way for the Washington Capitals.
Alex Ovechkin delivered Capitals fans their long-awaited NHL championship, but the Stanley Cup-winning victory runneth over with contributions from other key players.
Bethesda teen Jack Merritt got help from a Baltimore native before he chucked a crab onto the ice of Game 3.
“I’ve been waiting for this for 20 years,” Anderson said ahead of Game 3 against the Vegas Golden Knights. “I’m super excited."
During the Stanley Cup Finals, Hudson Street Stackhouse remains the top place to be for Capitals fans living in Baltimore.