On Friday, the Capitals and Lightning clashed in Game One of the Eastern Conference Finals at Amalie Arena. Nastya Ovechkina and Varvara Orlova traveled to Tampa Bay to witness the Caps claim victory over the Bolts 4-2.
Nastya documented the pair’s antics on Instagram stories as they cheered for their respective husbands, and the team, on their road win. After the game, Varvara danced on the steps outside Amalie Arena to Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa’s “One Kiss.”
Varvara’s slick dance moves could be attributed to her talent for figure skating. Varvara’s dancing continued as they both made their way from the stadium, with Camila Cabello’s “Havana” playing in the background.
Both Nastya and Varvara were living their best lives and riding the high of the Capitals finally making it to round three of the postseason. Leading up to the game, they walked through a crowd of Tampa fans heading into the arena. “Let’s go Caps!” Varvara proclaimed to the camera.
Once inside the arena, Nastya shared the Bolts impressive pre-game light display, and the Capitals entrance onto the ice. Varvara, meanwhile, made faces at the camera.
During the anthem, Nastya turned the camera to Ovi. She caught a few of his usual anthem-related antics, including him shuffling his skates, and making an ‘O’ when the crowd – and more than a few Capitals fans in attendance were heard – shout it.
Nastya also showed off the giveaway that Tampa did for Game One. No, it was not a rally towel. The crowd weren’t given much of an opportunity to make any noise with it, with the Capitals taking a decisive lead in the series.
Here’s hoping the Capitals, and their wives, have plenty more to dance about as the Eastern Conference Finals continue.
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