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Overexcited fan flashes Caps champions from the stands in Vegas!

Only in Vegas some will say!

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It was a historic night on Thursday evening when the Washington Capitals managed to win the very first Stanley Cup in their history with a 4-3 win over the Golden Knights in Vegas, ending the final series in five years. For the first time in many years in the NHL, neither of the two teams in the grand finale had ever won the championship. No one could have been more excited than captain Alex Ovechkin, who finally after 13 seasons in the league, finally had the chance to get his hands on the prestigious trophy after many unsuccessful attempts throughout his career.

The Capitals captain stole the show yesterday, especially when he raised his game to another level and made the necessary sacrifices to earn the legendary trophy, as the well as winning the Conn Smythe trophy, awarded to the most useful player of the playoffs.

Ovechkin was over the moon. 

However, it seems that we have found someone that was even more excited that the veteran captain last night. 

While the Capitals players were celebrating the Cup by doing the traditional lap around the ice with Ovechkin hoisting the trophy high and proudly, a fan appeared to be even more excited than the champions themselves. In a video since then posted all over social media, a pretty woman in the front row near the bay window thought it best to reward her favorite team by flashing the players. 

Dressed in a short white dress, she flashed her breasts for several seconds, long enough for several Caps players, including forward Andre Burakovsky and defensefan Michal Kempny to notice and react, amused by the surreal situation as they were just crowned champions. 

The images were also captured live on TV and have of course spread like wildfire on social media. As the sequence of events has gone viral since, we can say that this woman has officially become an instant star. 

You can see at the bottom the video of the incident, as well as photos of the event in question. The question is are you one of those who noticed it when it was first broadcast live on TV?

Only in Vegas some will say! Wow!