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Rosenbaum reigns in Famous Fans league of Bracket Challenge

Actor was only member of 17-person field to pick Capitals to win Cup

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The 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs belonged to Michael Rosenbaum. Oh, right, and also the Washington Capitals.

While the Capitals brought home the Stanley Cup, Rosenbaum won the NHL Bracket Challenge "Famous Fans" division.

The actor best known for his role as Lex Luthor, Superman's foil on the show "Smallville," was the lone member of the group to pick the Capitals to win the Cup and thus claimed victory and bragging rights from the 17-person field.

Tweet from @michaelrosenbum: Way to go @Capitals and @ovi8 for winning the @StanleyCup for the first time ever... oh and me for winning my bracket. #amazing #deserved #WashingtonCapitals #STANLEYCUPFINALS2018 #nhl @NHL @SiriusXMNHL pic.twitter.com/jqRMZnZbIw

Thanks to the Capitals five-game win against the Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup Final, Rosenbaum's 244 points topped second-place finisher Devin Druid (141), a fellow actor from "13 Reasons Why."

Tv personality Willie Geist (131) finished third. Geist, the lone group member to pick Vegas to win the Cup, could have unseated Rosenbaum if the Golden Knights had been victorious.

Bill Peduto, the mayor of Pittsburgh and 2017 Famous Fans champ, and Joe and Nick Manganiello, the tandem account of the actor brothers who won the league in 2016, both picked the Pittsburgh Penguins to three-peat. They finshed tied for fifth and 11th place respectively.

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