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An Emotional T.J. Oshie Describes Winning The Stanley Cup In Front Of Father, Suffering Dementia


You will get nowhere if you try to keep the emotion bottled up while watching Caps winger T.J. Oshie talk about winning the Stanley Cup with his father in attendance. Oshie’s father is battling Alzheimer’s disease, so joyous events they can experience together take on added importance. Wherever you stand on the Capitals, this was a genuinely incredible sports moment. (Deadspin)

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