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Va. Town Changes Name to 'Capitalsville' for Stanley Cup Final



    Va. Town Changes Name to 'Capitalsville' for Stanley Cup Final
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    TAMPA, FL - MAY 23: Alex Ovechkin #8 and Tom Wilson #43 of the Washington Capitals celebrate after defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game Seven of the Eastern Conference Finals during the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Amalie Arena on May 23, 2018 in Tampa, Florida. The Washington Capitals defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning with a score of 4 to 0. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

    A Virginia town has temporarily changed its name to "Capitalsville" after the Washington Capitals clinched a spot in the Stanley Cup Final.

    News outlets report a resolution renaming the Town of Lovettsville to Capitalsville was passed Thursday after the Capitals won against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Wednesday night.

    The town will put up signs around its Broadway main street to celebrate the team. Mayor Robert Zoldos II is also launching a social media campaign and is hoping to attract fans to support the home team and nearby businesses. The mayor is asking all citizens, organizations and businesses to "Rock the Red."

    The name change is not permanent and will only last through the Stanley Cup Final.

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