The Washington Nationals kept the World Series victory party going at the Washington Capitals' hockey game Sunday night.
Nats players rode a Zamboni shirtless, poured beer into fans' mouths and belted out "We Are the Champions" in the Caps' locker room.
"Sorry not sorry for partying," the team said in a tweet that showed them bare-chested on the Zamboni, hoisting the Commissioner's Trophy at Capital One Arena in D.C.
The Caps welcomed the Nats — decked out in Capitals jerseys — onto the ice before they took on the Calgary Flames.
During the game, Nats players chugged beers through their jerseys like Caps player T.J. Oshie did at the Caps' Stanley Cup victory parade in 2018. At the end of the game, the Caps and Nats did the "Baby Shark" dance together.
Late into the night, after the Caps beat the Flames 4-2, the Nats messed around on the ice. At least one player wore only shorts, video from Caps player Jakub Vrána shows.
Caps and Nats baby sharking at each other is the perfect way to end the night 🦈 pic.twitter.com/0wX41s1suj— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) November 4, 2019
Capitals broadcast: “the Washington Nationals in various stage of undress” pic.twitter.com/SSTMtxsgVo— Danny (@recordsANDradio) November 4, 2019
The Caps took the Stanley Cup to Nationals Park after their own win.