One of the best moments from the Capitals' on-ice celebration after winning the Stanley Cup was T.J. Oshie and his dad sharing a hug.

Oshie's dad Tim was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s in 2012 at the age of 48 and the fact that he was there to see his son win the Stanley Cup for the first time and celebrate with him made the moment that much more special.

On Sunday, the NHL released mic'd up footage from Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final and Oshie and his dad were mic'd up for that special moment that will bring you to tears.

All the feels.  That right there is what sports are all about.



An emotional T.J. #Oshie explains the unimaginable feeling of winning the #StanleyCup.

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It's a moment Oshie and his dad will never forget and we couldn't be happier they got the chance to celebrate the accomplishment together.

Speaking of celebrating, Oshie has continued to do so since Game 5 along with the rest of his teammates and they'll never forget the insane celebration happening in Washington right now.

(H/T: NHL)