The Washington Nationals are still riding the high of their first-ever World Series victory from this past Wednesday. They celebrated on the field and locker room after the Game 7 win, and did the same in the streets of Washington D.C. during their championship parade on Saturday. But they weren't done there. The Nationals showed up to the Capital One Arena on Sunday to take in some hockey action between the Capitals and Calgary Flames. The world champions crashed the ice during the second intermission by taking their shirts off and riding the Zamboni.
Shirts flailing. The Commissioner's Trophy hoisted in the air. Reliever Sean Doolittle dabbing. The Nationals aren't slowing down.
In all honesty, the Nationals have high standards to uphold in terms of championship celebrations in the Nation's Capital. When the Capitals won the Stanley Cup in 2018, Alex Ovechkin and company went on a week-long drinking binge and paid an epic visit to the Nationals as well.
Somewhere in the Washington Capitals locker room, Ovechkin is nodding in approval of the Nationals' on-ice celebration.