The crowd on hand for Caps-Bruins Game 6 at Verizon Center on Sunday had some pretty familiar faces in it.

John Wall, Trevor Booker, Cartier Martin and Jordan Crawford of the Wizards were in the house and tweeting from the game, as was Nats closer Drew Storen. Jan Vesely was spotted by fans in the crowd and those who weren’t there in person showed their love on Twitter.

It’s pretty cool to see D.C. athletes supporting each other, isn’t it? Winning teams mean good times in the District.

See the Twitter love and John Wall measuring the crowd’s noise level after the jump.


— Graham Gano (@GrahamGano) April 21, 2012

Let’s go Caps, finish this series right now.

— Nick Sundberg (@NickSundberg) April 22, 2012

Going to see the Caps finish the series off today...first hockey game

— Trevor Booker (@35_Fitz) April 22, 2012

How bout those Caps! Gonna attend my 1st hockey game today! Let’s do it!

— Cartier Martin (@CartierMartin) April 22, 2012

Catching Cap playoff action here at the Verizon Center. Packed house and a loud crowd. Pretty awesome. #Capitude

— Drew Storen (@DrewStoren) April 22, 2012


— Ryan Kerrigan (@RyanKerrigan91) April 22, 2012

Great pressure and physicality ... Love seeing Boston bleed there own blood.

— Lorenzo Alexander (@onemangang97) April 22, 2012

Ice ice baby

— Jordan Crawford (@jcraw55) April 22, 2012

Also, the Caps offered this image of John Wall holding the decibel meter. According to this decibel level chart, the level captured by Wall fell somewhere between a blender and a motorcycle.