To celebrate his new bridge deal, we look back at the top 5 moments from Vrana's last three seasons with the squad.
5: Vrana's first goal
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) December 10, 2016
It would be the first of 40 goals he's scored in his young Caps career.
4: Pick-pocketing the Flyers
They say the best offense is a good defense, but Vrana didn't have to settle on this goal.
Jakub Vrána získal po chybě soupeře kotouč, uplatnil svou rychlost a pohotovou ranou překonal Mikea McKennu v duelu Capitals proti Flyers pic.twitter.com/uVues5o4UD
— NHL Čeština (@NHLcz) January 9, 2019
With a nifty poke check at the Caps defensive blue line, Vrana went full blast towards the Philadelphia Flyers defense, beat them, then roofed a shot for his 13th goal of the season.
3: Helping to lift the curse against the Penguins
Vrana scored his first-ever playoff goal against the Penguins during the 2018 Stanley Cup run, but it was his Game 5 dagger that put Caps fans on their feet.
2: Stanley Cup Celebration
It's no secret the boys partied hard after they won the Cup in 2018, and Vrana presented us with one of the greatest moments during the epic celebration.
This moment with Joe B. will never, ever get old. The party continued at the Stanley Cup parade a couple days later.
VRANA DID THE DANCE! 😂 pic.twitter.com/xg81J6k6ZW
— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) June 12, 2018
After a solid show along the parade route, Vrana graced us with his stellar dance moves.
1: Game 5 Stanley Cup Final opening goal
Big players come up in big games, and Vrana proved to be one of those players in the Capitals' 2018 Stanley Cup run.
— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) June 8, 2018
In enemy territory against the Vegas Golden Knights with the Stanley Cup on the line, Vrana powered down the ice and roofed a wrist shot past Marc-Andre Fleury for the opening goal of Game 5.
Here's to hoping we see many more big moments in the years to come from Jake the Snake.
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