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“We’re going to start with Todd here,” GM Brian MacLellan said of Washington's coaching search.

"I tell people, 'What have I done?' I’m only being a friend to a kid,” Neal Henderson, 80, said.

"I had to have that little silent meltdown, which obviously now is not that silent,” the Washington Examiner's Kelly Cohen said.

  • Perspective

Coach’s decision to step down doesn’t change anything about the Capitals’ breakthrough title, but it does bring intrigue and disappointment.

In a stunning move, the head coach will not continue in his role as head coach after helping the Capitals claim their first-ever championship.

Before the Capitals' coach resigned on Monday, Scotty Bowman in 2002 and Mike Keenan in 1994 were the two most recent examples.

Capitals head coach Barry Trotz spoke during the team's Stanley Cup celebration in D.C. on June 12. The team announced June 18 that Trotz would be stepping down from his role.

Alex Ovechkin graces the cover of the digital collectible, which will be available in stores and online on July 31.

Ovechkin and the Stanley Cup traveled to a police department, hospital and ice rink Friday.

Washington has five unrestricted and five restricted free agents to sort through this summer.

We talked to D.C.'s youngest Capitals fans about hockey and Father's Day.

Washington also set a new in-venue record for merchandise sales during the Stanley Cup finals.

The Capitals' title run wasn't just about hockey. It was also about community, diversion and the persistence of hope.

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“It’s going to something I’m going to share with all the people, all my family and friends,” said the Capitals captain, who plans on taking the Stanley Cup to Russia during the World Cup.

Grubauer, a restricted free agent, hasn't had any formal discussions with Capitals GM Brian MacLellan on his future in D.C., but feels like he has proved himself as a starter in the NHL.

Trotz's current deal with the Capitals runs out July 1, but he says he'd like to return.

  • Perspective

The defenseman who makes his home in the D.C. area may be the most highly sought after player on the NHL free agent market when it opens in two weeks.

The Capitals' Instagram legend did an interview atop a bus before setting out in search of a porta-potty on Tuesday.

Canadian forward Devante Smith-Pelly, who is black, backed up his previous statement that he did not want to go to the White House, adding that his teammates “have his back” on the matter.

"For him to go out and play as well as he did, that was special and really speaks to his character,” one teammate said.

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