Recent hockey champs show many ways to win Cup

Blackhawks winger Alex DeBrincat, Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask and Blues center Ryan O’Reilly discuss the differences in playoff hockey and the multiple ways a team can win the Stanley Cup. (Sept. 5)

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Laila Anderson celebrates Blues’ Stanley Cup win

Laila Anderson, 11, became an inspiration for the St. Louis Blues during their Stanley Cup run as she battles a life-threatening autoimmune disorder. She was on the ice to celebrate with them after they won it all. (June 13)

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Blues bring first Stanley Cup home to St. Louis

As St. Louis Blues players arrived back in the team’s hometown, each player, one-by-one, held the Stanley Cup trophy over their head and let out a cheer. (June 13)

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St. Louis fans celebrate first ever Stanley Cup

Fans at a watch party at the Enterprise Center in downtown St. Louis celebrated Wednesday night after the NHL St. Louis Blues defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 in Boston to win the first Stanley Cup in franchise history. (June 13)

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Blues hope to slow Bruins’ rush

The St. Louis Blues know they need to slow down the Boston Bruins to have a shot at winning the Stanley Cup.

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Goalie Rask backstopping Bruins’ Cup hopes

Finnish goaltender Tuukka Rask has led the Boston Bruins to within three wins of the Stanley Cup championship.

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Sunny the dog stars at Stanley Cup media day

Guide Dog Foundation’s Allison Storck talks about how Sunny the 18-month-old “Today” show dog benefits from spending time at the NHL’s Stanley Cup Final media day.

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Hamm’s ‘stomach issues’ over Stanley Cup finals

St. Louis Blues fan Jon Hamm shares his excitement and anxiety about his team playing in the Stanley Cup finals. (May 28)

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Trump hosts Stanley Cup champs at White House

President Donald Trump welcomed the reigning NHL champion Washington Capitals to the Oval Office at the White House on Monday to congratulate them for winning the Stanley Cup in June. (March 25)

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New Jersey Begins Taking Legal Sports Bets

New Jersey’s governor kicked off a new era of sports gambling in the state with a bet on Germany to win the World Cup and the New Jersey Devils to win the Stanley Cup. (June 14)

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Ovechkin Leads DC in Stanley Cup Celebration

Tens of thousands of fans lined the route along Constitution Avenue and thousands more gathered on the National Mall to celebrate the Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals. (June 12)

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Washington Capitals Return Home with Stanley Cup

The Washington Capitals returned home to DC with their first NHL title, after a 4-3 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights Thursday night in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. (June 8)

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Capitals’ Ovechkin: It’s Just Something Special

Washington Capitals team captain Alex Ovechkin is celebrating his team’s Stanley Cup win. The Caps beat the Las Vegas Golden Knights 4-3 on Thursday night to win the NHL championship 4 games to 1. It’s the Capitals first-ever Stanley Cup. (June 8)

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Raw: DC Fans Cheer as Capitals Win Stanley Cup

Hockey fans in Washington, D.C. had something to celebrate as the Washington Capitals won their first Stanley Cup championship in the team’s 43-year history. The Caps beat the Las Vegas Golden Knights, four games to one. (June 8)

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Raw: DC Celebrates as Capitals Win Stanley Cup

Fans packed D.C. streets after the Washington Capitals raised the Stanley Cup on Thursday night. It’s the team’s first National Hockey League championship in its 43-year history. The Caps defeated the Las Vegas Golden Knights 4-3 in Game 5. (June 8)

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Caps superfan eyes 3-decade dream of Stanley Cup victory

In their entire franchise history, the Washington Capitals have never won a championship and they haven’t made it to the finals since 1998. William Stilwell, known as “Loud Goat” for his boisterous stadium chants, has remained a loyal fan to the DC hockey team for 36 years despite decades of heartbreak and disappointing post-season results. Now, as the Caps take on the Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup finals, he has his eyes on the prize.