Elena Della Donne and the Washington Mystics' championship tour continued at their home arena Wednesday.
Della Donne participated in the ceremonial puck drop, and the WNBA champions were at the Washington Capitals game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Capital One Arena.
The Mystics defeated the Connecticut Sun in the best-of-5 WNBA Finals for their first championship in team history Thursday at Capital One Arena. They were honored by the Washington Nationals at Game 4 of the NLCS on Tuesday, and Della Donne, the team's star forward and two-time league MVP, threw out the first pitch at Nationals Park before Washington's 7-4 win.
A night later, she was back to announce the Capitals starting lineup in the locker room, but not before taking exception with some of coach Todd Reirdan's choices. Then she dropped the puck for Alex Ovechkin and John Tavares.
The team sat in a suite and got a bird's-eye view of the game, and the WNBA championship trophy went for a first-intermission Zamboni ride courtesy of forward Aerial Powers.