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The Latest: Capitals' coach says Cup repeat on the mind

The Latest: Capitals' coach says Cup repeat on the mind

WASHINGTON — The Latest on the Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup parade (all times local): 2:30 p.m. Barry Trotz says the Capitals are going to do it again, and T.J.

Carolina brings back Daniels, complete Brind'Amour's staff

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Carolina Hurricanes are bringing back Jeff Daniels as an assistant coach. General manager Don Waddell announced the hiring of Daniels on Monday and completed the staff for new coach Rod Brind'Amour.

Ovechkin, Holtby, Stanley Cup make appearance on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

Alex Ovechkin and Braden Holtby made Jimmy Fallon part of their Stanley Cup celebration by hoisting the talk show host in the air and letting him take a drink out of the trophy.
Johnny McKenzie, who won 2 Cups with Bruins, dies at 80

Johnny McKenzie, who won 2 Cups with Bruins, dies at 80

BOSTON — Johnny McKenzie, a rough-and-tumble right wing who helped lead the Boston Bruins to two Stanley Cup titles, has died. He was 80. The team says McKenzie died Saturday, citing its alumni department. A cause was not given.

Museum asks fans for Golden Knights souvenirs for exhibit

LAS VEGAS — A museum is asking Golden Knights fans for souvenirs for an exhibit. Ilana Short with the Nevada State Museum tells KLAS-TV she wants to turn the team's inaugural season and its bond with the Las Vegas community into a lasting memory.
Stanley Cup party rolls on for first-time champion Capitals

Stanley Cup party rolls on for first-time champion Capitals

WASHINGTON — Stanley Cup champions just want to have fun. They're doing so right now. The Washington Capitals took the Stanley Cup through the MGM and to a dance club on the Las Vegas Strip.
Ovechkin's first pitch performance mirrors playoff career

Ovechkin's first pitch performance mirrors playoff career

WASHINGTON — Alex Ovechkin's first attempt at a ceremonial first pitch was so bad he asked for — and got — a mulligan. "Too excited, too strong," Ovechkin said after sailing his first throw over Max Scherzer's head at Nationals Park.
Golden Knights' future bright after awesome inaugural year

Golden Knights' future bright after awesome inaugural year

LAS VEGAS — While the Washington Capitals celebrated their first Stanley Cup title amid strewn sticks and gloves Thursday night, the T-Mobile Arena fans rose and gave one more stirring ovation to the bowed, kneeling figures in grey sweaters on the ot
Trying to keep Trotz is first priority for champion Capitals

Trying to keep Trotz is first priority for champion Capitals

DULLES, Va. — Barry Trotz thought of mentors and friends Jack Button, Tommy Ebright, David Poile and Wayne Fleming when he lifted the Stanley Cup over his head.
Stanley Cup winner Alex Ovechkin may just be getting started

Stanley Cup winner Alex Ovechkin may just be getting started

WASHINGTON — It sure looked as if Alex Ovechkin was slowing down, at least by his standards. This time a year ago, Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals were limping away from another early playoff exit.