On Wednesday, February 20, the Washington Capitals will be participating in a special ceremony where they will be donating a Stanley Cup championship ring to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Several members of the Capitals organization, including Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom, Brooks Orpik, and head coach Todd Reirden, along with Keeper of the Cup Phillip Pritchard will be in attendance for the ceremony.
According to a release from the Hockey Hall of Fame, the 2018 championship ring will join an exhibit with the Stanley Cup bling from the last 11 champs.
The ring will be displayed in a special exhibit with rings from Stanley Cup championship teams from 2007 (ANA), 2008 (DET), 2009 (PIT), 2010 (CHI), 2011 (BOS), 2012 (LA), 2013 (CHI), 2014 (LA), 2015 (CHI), 2016 (PIT) and 2017 (PIT) Stanley Cup Champions, as well as the very first Stanley Cup ring in 1893 belonging to Billy Barlow, Bill Hay’s 1961 ring (CHI); Daryl “Doc” Seaman’s 1989 ring (CGY) and Bob Johnson’s 1991 ring (PIT).
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