With the practically every single Nationals players in attendance, the Capitals played 'Baby Shark' during their game against the New York Rangers. The song has been the Nationals' anthem during their magical playoff run, and sports fans all around Washington have rallied around it.
Having the Nats in house calls for a Baby Shark break. 🦈🦈🦈 pic.twitter.com/MTeuvLLBTw
— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) October 19, 2019
— Washington 👻 Capitals (@Capitals) October 18, 2019
After Max Scherzer pulled a trick during the ceremonial puck drop, the Capitals showed their support for the Nationals' World Series quest.
When the Caps made their Stanley Cup run in 2018, the Nationals showed their support throughout the playoffs. Scherzer and Ryan Zimmerman even led Capital One Arena in a "Let's go Caps" chant while decked out in Capitals gear during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
How about that for some Washington D.C. love?
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