Stanley Cup visits fire department in Virginia
ARLINGTON COUNTY, Va. (ABC7) —
Some Washington Capitals fans are already acquainting themselves with Lord Stanley's Cup.
Hockey's ultimate prize stopped by the Arlington County Fire Department Sunday and firefighters and others got to take pictures with the trophy that has evaded the Capitals' grasp for so long.
Washington is now tantalizingly close to making the Stanley Cup a more permanent resident of the DMV after beating the Vegas Golden Knights Saturday in Capital One Arena to take a 2-1 series lead.
The fire department is confident that this is just a preview of a much longer stay in the area for the "Stovepipe Cup."