Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin is living his best life and that continued at the Capitals Stanley Cup Parade on Tuesday.
At some point during the chaos, Ovechkin somehow ended up with an intercom from the US Park Police Radio and had a special message to deliver.
— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) June 14, 2018
“This is Alex Ovechkin,” Alex Ovechkin said.
Then in a slow, low voice, he said “Go! Caps! Go!”
After a brief pause, the dispatcher, seemingly surprised by the message, responded by saying “Copy that special message to, uh, car seven.”
“I copy,” car seven replied back.
The Capitals Stanley Cup parade was a big success and the police had a big hand in that. According to Capitals Radio’s Ben Raby, there were no arrests or shenanigans.
Moved to Washington nearly a decade ago. Never been more proud to call DC home than past few days. What a great showing from the city at #ALLCAPS celebrations. No arrests, rioting, vandalism or reports of anybody eating horse poop. Parade crowd was special. #DistrictOfChampions pic.twitter.com/KgqIyV7ckC
— Ben Raby (@BenRaby31) June 13, 2018
And DC Police officers even helped cheer the crowd on.
— Kevin Collins (@kev_collins) June 12, 2018
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