Nearly two weeks have passed since the Washington Capitals defeated the Vegas Golden Knights to raise their first Stanley Cup in franchise history.
With one team being a first-year expansion project that turned out beautifully and the other a franchise that had not appeared in a Stanley Cup Final since 1998, there was obviously a lot on the line.
Those away from the ice had 'a lot' on the line, too.
Prior to the start of the series, each city's mayor agreed on a bet that would force the losing team's member to wear an opposing jersey at the conclusion of the Cup.
Well, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman followed through on her end of the bargain.
Here is proof of her wearing the jersey of a man who led what was arguably the greatest post-championship celebration in sports history.
Goodmans & @CityOfLasVegas always pay off our bets. Congratulations to @MayorBowser & @Capitals on winning the #stanleycup! Well deserved! Now I know how @Mayor_Bowman felt! We love our @GoldenKnights and look forward to next season. #ALLCAPS pic.twitter.com/3pUq87kwHE— Carolyn G. Goodman (@mayoroflasvegas) June 20, 2018
The Capitals announced Wednesday that the team's home opener and Stanley Cup banner unveiling will be played on October 3 against the Boston Bruins.