The Washington Capitals have an opportunity to raise the Stanley Cup for the very first time in team history if they can defeat the Vegas Golden Knights tonight in Game Five.
Beyond the road wins, hot laps, and Alex Ovechkin’s GIF-worthy reactions, there’s been nothing more synonymous with the team’s thrilling playoff run than the team’s powerful intro video that’s aired during home games.
Using a quiet soundtrack that builds to a loud crescendo, the video captures the DC area and the Capitals game experience while using clips of the team’s players and coaches from when they were young and showing how they’ve matured to now.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) June 7, 2018
This vid gets us every time. Like we know what’s coming and yet the feels – they’re here and I cannot stop them from happening.
At least you don’t have to sing after viewing it! #waterworks
— Bob McDonald (@bobinarlington) June 7, 2018
Anyways, good luck tonight, boys.
This is the song the Capitals play after the intro video when they come out onto the ice.
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