From the moment the Washington Wizards beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 4, to the moment they blew a 19-point lead to fall in Game 6, to now the game-winning shot by the Washington Capitals’ Marcus Thornton, there has been a celebration at the Capital One Arena.
There is a hashtag on social media that is #NBAGameDay, a hashtag for everyone to take part in a postgame party.
But what if you’re not on the court?
Here’s what you need to know about the day-to-day activities of the Capitals.
Capitals vs. Flyers: If you’re a Washington Capitals fan, this will be the biggest game of your life.
You’ll get to experience a championship, the best player in the world, and maybe the greatest player in all of sports.
You may also have to deal with the worst of it all.
The Capitals are 2-0-0 all-time against the Philadelphia Flyers.
They are also the only team that has won a Stanley Cup in the NHL.
But if you haven’t heard of the Flyers, they’re the Flyers and the Capitals are the Flyers.
The Flyers have had a successful history in the National Hockey League, winning three Stanley Cups.
But the Capitals have never been to the Stanley Cup Final.
In fact, they’ve never won one.
That’s why it’s such a special day for fans.
And that’s why you need all of your best hockey minds to be there.
Capitals at Capitals: It will be hard to miss the Capitals at home.
The team is 6-0 on the road this season, including a 3-1-0 mark against teams that are in the Eastern Conference.
It will also be a game where the Capitals could be facing the reigning Stanley Cup champions.
The Caps are 3-0 in the playoffs this season.
Capitals: The Capitals have been in a bit of a slump this season but the team is looking for a turnaround.
The good news is that they have a lot of talent on their roster.
They have five players who are NHL-ready, including Connor McDavid.
The other three are Braden Holtby, John Carlson, Alexander Ovechkin, and Brooks Laich.
That group could help propel the Capitals into a playoff spot.
The problem is, if they’re not playing their best hockey, they won’t have much of a chance to win.
That is where McDavid and Holtby come in.
The two young goalies are the Capitals best two young prospects and they could really help propel them into the playoffs.
Capitals @ Capitals: You can expect a ton of drama between the Capitals and Capitals fans, who are not used to seeing one another at Nationals Park.
That was certainly the case for the Capitals last season.
The Washington Capitals were eliminated in the first round by the Capitals, and it was a huge blow to their fans.
They had a very good season, but it’s tough to say they were truly great this season either.
It was only a matter of time until they were able to get back to the playoffs and they are on the verge of doing just that.
That will be a huge game for both teams, but there will also probably be some animosity from some Caps fans.
The last time the Capitals played at Nationals was back in 2010 when they lost the series to the Washington Senators in seven games.
That game was an emotional one for many fans.
That one was played at the Verizon Center.
The fans have been frustrated with the Capitals’ performance so far this season and there’s a lot to be upset about.
If you can’t wait to see how the two teams stack up against one another, get ready to cheer.
Capitals play the Flyers at Verizon Center: You have a great chance to see the Capitals play at Verizon Centre in Philadelphia on Saturday night.
The game is scheduled for 7 p.m.
EST and it will be televised on CBC Sports.
The goal is to see both teams battle it out for the Stanley Cups in the postseason.
The best way to watch is via live streaming at the Capitals Game Day website.
For a full schedule, go to Capitals.com.
It’s not all about the games though.
You can also follow the games on Twitter and Instagram.
Flyers on Saturday: There is also a great opportunity for fans to see a Washington-Philadelphia rivalry play out on the ice.
The rivalry began in the 1980s when the Capitals went on a run of three straight Stanley Cup championships.
The most recent title was in 2013, but the Capitals won it back in 2015.
The teams are back in Philadelphia for this year’s game.
Capitals on Twitter: Capitals fans will get to see some of the greatest hockey minds on the planet on Twitter.
The hashtag #NBAGAMEDAY will be trending worldwide, with some of those tweets going to Capitals players.
It is a great way for fans and players to see what they have to offer.