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The Capitals Stanley Cup rings have astonishing amount of bling

Franchise celebrates first Cup with diamonds, and lots of them

by Daniel O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / NHL.com Staff Writer

That's a whole different kind of ice.

The Washington Capitals put out a sneak peek at their 2018 Stanley Cup Championship rings on Monday and they are blinged out beyond belief.

Tweet from @Capitals: Time to Ring in a new era for the Washington Capitals. #ALLCAPS @Jostens https://t.co/HpvaddoJ9b pic.twitter.com/G4EQiwDE3v

The rings, made of 14-karat white and yellow gold, feature 230 round diamonds and 22 princess cut diamonds. The red ring around the Capitals logo on the ring top is made of 28 custom taper-cut rubies and seven custom-cut star-shaped rubies.

The total weight of the ring is 10.2 carats.

Tweet from @keeperofthecup: Big night in Washington. @Capitals ring ceremony. 2018 #StanleyCup Champions. @NHL @TJOshie77 @HockeyHallFame pic.twitter.com/ozOvibBF7q

"We have always had one single, unwavering goal for the Washington Capitals: to build a team as great as our fan base," said Capitals owner Ted Leonsis. "These rings will now forever be a reminder for the players, coaches, and fans: we did it.  

Inside the band of the ring is engraved with the Capitals logo and scores from each playoff series on their way to the first Cup in franchise history.

The interior of the ring is engraved with the Capitals' logo surrounded by the logos and series scores from their journey to making history as Stanley Cup champions for the very first time.

 

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