The Washington Nationals were invited to the Capitals game on Sunday. And frankly, I still haven’t recovered.
The Nats took an epic team photo, poured beer into Caps fans’ mouths from high above in their suite, kept re-throwing hat trick hats back onto the ice that had already been collected, did TJ Oshie’s beer chug, sang We Are The Champions together with the Caps, and played drunken hockey out on ice after the game.
But the most iconic moment of the Nats’ Caps game was when the team’s stars, including Max Scherzer, Sean Doolittle, Trea Turner, and Adam Eaton, went out on the Zamboni during the second intermission. The players took off their shirts and celebrated with the Commissioner’s Trophy as Ryan Zimmerman, on the other ice resurfacer, looked on stunned.
BreakingT has turned that moment into an epic shirt that you must go buy right now.
This is a Work Of Art. And it is also officially licensed by the MLBPA.
BreakingT has also done a bunch of other awesome Nationals, Caps, Wizards, and Mystics designs – about six of which I’ve purchased. View their full DC collection here.
RMNB will get a small percentage of anything purchased through the links in this article. Those funds will be used to pay our writers, improve our infrastructure, and rent a Zamboni so we can go out on it shirtless too.
Russian Machine Never Breaks is not associated with the Washington Capitals; Monumental Sports, the NHL, or its properties. Not even a little bit.
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