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  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Bruce Bennett

    The Washington Capitals are finally Stanley Cup champions. For a team awaiting its first cup in 46 years of existence, the reward couldn’t be any sweeter.

  • The Brandon Wheat Kings are fighting back. After falling behind two games to zero to begin their first round Western Hockey League playoff matchup with the Medicine Hat Tigers this weekend, the Wheaties responded nicely at 'home' with a 5-3 victory Tuesday evening from Credit Union Place in Dauphin.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Peter Casey

    As is the longstanding NHL custom, players, coaches and team executives on the Stanley Cup-winning team each are given a 24 hour period to celebrate with the trophy however they wish.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Bruce Bennett

    Following a successful regular season and an exceptional postseason run, the Washington Capitals are Stanley Cup champions. Led by Manitobans Barry Trotz and Madison Bowey, the Stanley Cup will find its way to back home later this summer. 

  • It's been a forgettable start to the playoffs for the Brandon Wheat Kings. In losing the opening game of their best-of-seven series 7-2 to Medicine Hat on the road Friday, the Wheaties hoped for better fortunes Sunday evening. However, that wouldn't be the case.

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