The Stanley Cup, which now features the Capitals' freshly engraved names, will be at Capital One Arena Wednesday night for the team’s pregame banner-raising ceremony. Before then, Lord Stanley’s trophy is taking one final victory lap around D.C.

“We’re heading out around town with the @StanleyCup!” the Capitals tweeted Wednesday morning, along with a video of “Keeper of the Cup" Philip Pritchard rolling the trophy out of the Residence Inn near MedStar Capitals Iceplex in Arlington. “Come find us -- we got some tickets to #CapsBannerNight too.”

Stick with us and we’ll fill you in on all of the Cup’s various stops throughout the day.

The Cup’s first destination? The main quad at Georgetown University, a slap shot’s distance (okay a few slap shots) from the fountains where the trophy’s summer fun began in earnest in June. The Capitals may have lost Jay Beagle to the Canucks in free agency, but they still have a fan in Jack the Bulldog.

After Georgetown, the Cup made a stop at the Lincoln Memorial, which reminded of this beautiful minimalist print commemorating the Capitals' title.

From the Mall, the Cup traveled to Ben’s Chili Bowl on U Street, where Slapshot showed off his championship ring and posed for photos with employees inside the legendary D.C. establishment. Chili half-smokes anyone?

Spotted by our wonderful Wizards beat reporter, Candace Buckner: Slapshot, hanging out in the back of the Jeep.

The Cup returned to the Mall, this time at the other end of the Reflecting Pool beneath the Washington Monument.

The Cup made one final stop en route to Capital One Arena at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Capitals fans gathered on the steps of the museum to celebrate wins throughout last season’s playoffs.

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