After the Washington Capitals thrilling Game Two overtime win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday, fans understandably went a little wild with their celebrating.
In a video sent to RMNB by Capitals fan James Kain, fans exited the parking garage under Capital One Arena went nuts honking “Let’s Go Caps” in celebration of Brooks Orpik’s one-timer.
The honking is a tradition throughout the regular season, and postseason, whenever the Capitals win at home, but on this day, it felt especially epic.
On Twitter, NBC Sports analyst Alan May posted also posted video of Capitals fans leaving the arena after the win.
— Alan May (@MayHockeyNBCS) April 13, 2019
With the Capitals set to take on the Hurricanes at PNC Arena Monday night, we’re hoping that fans have even more reason to celebrate if they return to home ice for Game Five on Saturday.
Caps fans are chanting "BACK TO BACK" so loudly outside Capital One Arena it's hard to hear @MayHockeyNBCS on the postgame show 😂
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) April 12, 2019
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