Caps players celebrate in Arlington with Stanley Cup
ARLINGTON, Va. - Just hours after arriving back home in the D.C. area and landing at Dulles International Airport Friday evening, the Washington Capitals are continuing their championship celebration in Arlington.
Caps players went to Don Tito in the Clarendon neighborhood while fans gathered to watch and cheer on their favorite hockey stars arriving for a private gathering.
Capitals forward Tom Wilson was seen raising the Stanley Cup and carrying it into the bar and restaurant with police officers and security nearby.
T.J. Oshie was also on hand for the party and showed off the Stanley Cup on the rooftop to fans below.
FOX 5's own Steve Chenevey also got to take part in the Stanley Cup celebration with Wilson.
On Saturday, the Stanley Cup will take a visit to Nationals Park as the entire Capitals team, coaching staff and owner Ted Leonsis will be recognized before the Nationals game against the San Francisco Giants at 12:05 p.m. Playoff MVP Alex Ovechkin will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
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