Montgomery County Rocks the Red
Caps fans cheer their team to a Stanley Cup final win
Chalk artwork on Montgomery Avenue in Bethesda celebrates the Washington Capitals
Thursday night was all about the Washington Capitals.
The hockey team clinched its first Stanley Cup championship with a victory against the Las Vegas Golden Knights, triggering celebrations across the D.C. region. In Montgomery County, fans flooded Bethesda Row and downtown Rockville with red jerseys and took to social media to share their joy.
Here’s a roundup of their tweets:
Car horns in North Bethesda honking “Let’s Go Caps.” This is fun. #ALLCAPS— John Willmott (@JohnWillmott) June 8, 2018
⛸Go Caps! 🏒 pic.twitter.com/iFFLPXAIvW— Loretta & Donna (@WaysideAdmin) June 8, 2018
#TBT. Tonight the Washington Capitals can clinch their first Stanley Cup championship in franchise history. 30 years ago... this is what my locker at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School looked like. It's #ALLCAPS pic.twitter.com/IubXzKoaU7— Marty Hudtloff (@martyhudtloff) June 7, 2018