Due to an off day, several Washington Nationals players were able to be in attendance for Game Four of the Stanley Cup Final between the Washington Capitals and Vegas Golden Knights. While Max Scherzer and Ryan Zimmerman had the time of their life rocking the red with fans, Las Vegas, Nevada-native Bryce Harper and his wife Kayla both looked glum after watching their favorite hockey team lose its third-straight game in person.
The Golden Knights now face elimination Thursday during Game Five at T-Mobile Arena.
A photo of the baseball power couple was posted by Jamie Simon (@BeachUss) (with full credit to her coworker who was in attendance at the game). Harper looked despondent while Kayla crossed her arms.
— Jaime Simon (@BeachUss) June 5, 2018
Harper rocked a Jonathan Marchessault away jersey to the game while Kayla wore a Nate Schmidt home jersey.
— Jimmy Milstead 📬 (@MilyVanilly) June 4, 2018
“I’ll rock the red at Nats Park anytime, but at the rink I’m as gold as it gets!”, a cheesing Harper wrote on Instagram after the game, perhaps trying to take attention off the photo in question.
A post shared by Bryce Harper (@bharper3407) on
An excited Harper also shared a video on his Instagram story prior to the game.
His brother and fellow National, Bryan, posted two photos from the arena.
The former MVP embraced the Golden Knights during their inaugural season in the NHL. Before Vegas’ arrival, Harper rooted for his adopted hometown Capitals and several other teams.
While Harper dreamed for this championship series to happen back in early May, he may be regretting it now.
— Bryce Harper (@Bharper3407) May 1, 2018
Seeing your favorite team lose in the NHL playoffs is heartbreaking. Just ask us, we’re experts on the subject.
Headline photo: @BeachUss
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