The clock hit all zeros, and the Washington Capitals were finally Stanley Cup champions.
The celebration was on, and rightfully so. The team's two-day celebration has been well-documented, but one Capital went above and beyond.
Jakub Vrana has been on an absolute mission since the Capitals returned home Friday afternoon.
The Capitals hit the club Friday night. Vrana promptly found an elevated surface.
The 22-year-old Czech Republic native was a relative unknown to the mainstream public before the Stanley Cup Final. But following the Capitals weekend celebration, Vrana has become somewhat of a cult icon.
He showed Joe Beninati his announcing skills. Vrana didn't even give himself a point because he's such a team player!
Time of death: 12:18 a.m.— Alex Prewitt (@alex_prewitt) June 10, 2018
Cause of death: Jakub Vrana's Instagram story. pic.twitter.com/dyvmdywnH5
Vrana's such a team player, in fact, that he had a whole Instagram story of him complimenting his teammates.
Jakub Vrana is just going around to everyone and complimenting them lol THAT’S a teammate pic.twitter.com/UbbleKRgii— Scoobert Doobert (@Rk_301) June 10, 2018
He lifted his short-sleeve t-shirt to show us a tattoo on his wrist. Now that is how you know he's a legend ... or just having a great time.
There is so much goodness to unpack on Jakub Vrana’s Instagram feed right now. Lowkey best part is him lifting up his tshirt sleeve to show a.. wrist tattoo? pic.twitter.com/j5e18IYAvt— Dimitri Filipovic (@DimFilipovic) June 10, 2018
And after all that Vrana was (somehow) still alive.
DSP is happy to report Jakub Vrana is still alive pic.twitter.com/PhtaMCsVvf— RMNB (@russianmachine) June 11, 2018
Once it was time for the actual parade, the youngster just kept on rolling.
Jakub Vrana the early favorite for parade MVP pic.twitter.com/CZmurF7i8W— Yahoo Sports NHL (@YahooSportsNHL) June 12, 2018
VRANA DID THE DANCE! 😂 pic.twitter.com/xg81J6k6ZW— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) June 12, 2018
His youthfulness and liver strength have been on full display this weekend, and it's safe to say he'll sleep well when this is all over.
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