Alex Ovechkin Takes NHL Stanley Cup Trophy On A Celebration Tour When a team wins the Stanley Cup, they get to celebrate with it. The Washington Capitals star has taken the cup to a Vegas nightclub, a National's baseball game and he filled it with beer.
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Alex Ovechkin Takes NHL Stanley Cup Trophy On A Celebration Tour

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Alex Ovechkin Takes NHL Stanley Cup Trophy On A Celebration Tour

Alex Ovechkin Takes NHL Stanley Cup Trophy On A Celebration Tour

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When a team wins the Stanley Cup, they get to celebrate with it. The Washington Capitals star has taken the cup to a Vegas nightclub, a National's baseball game and he filled it with beer.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. When you win the NHL Stanley Cup, you get to celebrate with the cup however you'd like. And there's stories of players actually losing the cup - only briefly. Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin has taken the cup on quite a tour the last few days. He took it to a Vegas nightclub, to a baseball game, to a fountain in Washington - a fountain Ovechkin jumped into for a quick swim. And he filled the trophy with beer and did a keg stand. Or was it a cup stand? It's MORNING EDITION.

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