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Local Caps fans join the D.C. celebration

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Local Caps fans were among the thousands in downtown D.C. this week to celebrate the Stanley Cup.  PHOTO BY MIKE WILLIAMSLocal Caps fans were among the thousands in downtown D.C. this week to celebrate the Stanley Cup. PHOTO BY MIKE WILLIAMS  WASHINGTON, D.C. — A sea of red-and-white jerseys filled the streets of downtown D.C., with thousands gathering to celebrate the Washington Capitals Stanley Cup Victory. Fans chanted “Let’s go Caps!” and “Champions!” while wearing hats, T-shirts, and towels emblazoned with the Capitals logo.

“Thank God for the Caps” read the cardboard sign made by Antonio Cabbagestalk, a born-and-raised native of Washington D.C., who said he has waited his entire life for a moment like this.

“I’m 51 years old, about to be 52 in August and I’ve been waiting for this all my life. I’ve been a Caps fan all my life,” Cabbagestalk said, and added that he had to get multiple napkins when the Caps won the championship games because of his tears of “joy.”

“Most definitely, most definitely, most definitely, this is the best dang thing to happen in D.C. in a long time, and we got more championships to come!” said Cabbagestalk.

Cabbagestalk also said the number of people in attendance made him felt great, and he is thrilled that they shared their time to support the District. “It feels good to know that out of everything that’s going on in D.C., we got people to come out here and actually support the sports fans,” he said. “I mean to come out here to the nation’s capital to support one of the best teams here; it feels great.”

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Caps finally get that Stanley

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Caps fans line the steps of the Archives building to cheer the Washington Capitals on the Stanley Cup victory.  PHOTO BY ABBY CRUZCaps fans line the steps of the Archives building to cheer the Washington Capitals on the Stanley Cup victory. PHOTO BY ABBY CRUZ  Chants rang throughout the Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille on Century Boulevard in Germantown on June 7 following the Washington Capitals’ 4-3 Stanley Cup victory over the Vegas Golden Knights.

Washington’s National Hockey League franchise put the sports world on notice that the nation’s capital is also a hockey town.

Tracy Ambush, a local party promoter and Washington sports fan, was the ringleader on this particular night.

The popular chant “C-A-P-S, Caps Caps Caps,” was accompanied by “Ovi-Ovi-Ovi,” in reference to popular Capitals left winger Alexander Ovechkin, who was named MVP of the Stanley Cup Finals.

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Wonder Woman Lynda Carter joins other Montgomery County Caps Fans!

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Actress Lynda Carter, who lives in Potomac, joins Caps fans as they cheer on the Washington Capitals in their quest for the Stanley Cup.  COURTESY PHOTO Actress Lynda Carter, who lives in Potomac, joins Caps fans as they cheer on the Washington Capitals in their quest for the Stanley Cup. COURTESY PHOTO  ROCKVILLE — Washington Capitals fans have been rocking the red in abundance during the Stanley Cup Finals, particularly in Montgomery County. 

Capitals fans converged Tuesday at Bar Louie in Rockville for Game 4 and saw their team beat the Vegas Golden Knights, 6-2. 

Devoted fans cheered at the top of their lungs after each goal scored and munched on selected appetizers from the menu. Patrons also consumed their drink of choice throughout the evening. Beer was a popular selection for most of the fans in attendance.

The Capitals are just one win away from capturing the franchise’s first ever NHL Stanley Cup trophy. A win Thursday would also break the D.C. curse. It’s been 26 years since a major Washington professional sports franchise has won a championship. 

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Rockville-Magruder defeats Churchill in hockey

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MP1 7741Rockville-Magruder players embrace after defeating Churchill 3-2.                 PHOTO BY MARK POETKER  

ROCKVILLE – Senior Doug Aubertin scored twice for the Rockville-Magruder hockey team (3-2-2) Friday as the Rams came back to defeat winless Churchill 3-2.

Aubertin scored the game-winning snapshot with 7:55 left in the third period on a power play goal assisted by defender Chad Alexander.

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Churchill Pounds B-CC 8-1

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JGS 1555B-CC's Ben Eisenberg defends against Churchill's John Taylor IV.     PHOTO BY JACQUI SOUTH

CABIN JOHN – The Churchill varsity ice hockey team capitalized on Bethesda – Chevy Chase’s 12 penalties Friday evening to handily defeat the Barons 8-1 and improve to 5-0-1 on the season. 

Churchill Head Coach Ray McKenzie said his team’s discipline played a big role in the dominant victory.

“We just play straight ahead and we stay with our program,” he said. “We kept our cool. Sometimes kids can get crazy and our guys don’t let that stuff bother them. We’re a mature team.”

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Churchill wins Hockey Title

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DSC 4584Churchill, The Maryland Student Hockey League State Champions. PHOTO BY JACQUI SOUTH

LAUREL – The Churchill High School hockey dynasty is alive and well after collecting another championship last week.

Churchill dominated Annapolis/Old Mill on Friday night to capture the Maryland Student Hockey League State Championship by virtue of an 11-0 victory.

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