Stanley Cup tours the DMV

Photo credit Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports
By Ben Krimmel
The Washington Capitals' summer with the Stanley Cup came to an end Wednesday night when they raised the 2018 championship banner and then throttled the Boston Bruins 7-0. But the festivities of last year's triumph did not end before the Cup, like any tourist, had a chance to see all the sites in the DMV. 
Tuesday the Stanley Cup visited The Sports Junkies and it was announced EB, Bish, JP, and Cakes were all getting rings. 

A visit from the @StanleyCup... and we're getting rings!

— The Junkies (@JunksRadio) October 2, 2018

The Cup had a busy Wednesday, first sneaking off to Georgetown, before going on a long jaunt around the city. 

Our Stanley Pup finally got to see the #StanleyCup today! Thanks to the @capitals for bringing the trophy to campus. Good luck tonight, team! #CapsBannerNight #ALLCAPS

— Georgetown Univ. (@Georgetown) October 3, 2018

The Capitals put a bow on the Championship Summer with the Perfect Hockey Day leading up to Banner Night at Capital One Arena. #ALLCAPS #CapsBannerNight

— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) October 5, 2018

That night the Caps said their goodbyes to the Cup.

RT if you shed some tears of happiness. #ALLCAPS #CapsBannerNight

— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) October 4, 2018

Friday the Cup visited Camden Yards in Baltimore.

We woke up this morning..thought we would stop by @Orioles Camden yards Field with the #stanleycup@Capitals @HockeyHallFame @NHL

— Philip Pritchard (@keeperofthecup) October 5, 2018

And spent Saturday morning at Mount Vernon in Virginia. 

Quick visit to @Mountvernon which included a visit with George at his residence. #stanleycup @NHL @Capitals @HockeyHallFame

— Philip Pritchard (@keeperofthecup) October 6, 2018

One place the Stanley Cup didn't visit this summer? Pittsburgh.

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