However, the rapper/producer has another gig up his sleeve for the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs.
They played so well that cameras caught Reaves singing along perfectly to Cab Calloway's Minnie the Moocher while sitting on the bench late in the game.
Like a No. 43 wrecking ball, the Capitals' frequent delinquent crashed the fun four minutes after scoring the what would have been the go-ahead goal, barreling into Marchessault's blind side. That means a home team that emerges victorious from Game 1 has won the Stanley Cup 84.2 percent of the time.
The rest of the series might not match that pace, but if it comes close it's going to be awesome.
In addition, the Vegas Golden Knights will host road game watch parties in the Valley.
And one thing the Capitals may be able to take advantage of is the historical tendency for first-time Cup contenders to have some early series jitters.
Alberto could drench the Tennessee Valley, cause wind damage
Subtropical Storm Alberto was holding on to its 65 miles per hour winds as it neared landfall in the Florida Panhandle on Monday. However, the moisture associated with it will create widespread showers and storms through the middle of next week.
Fuel prices hiked for 15th consecutive day
The fuel was sold at Rs 78.27 and Rs 81.26 per litre in Delhi and Chennai, up from Rs 78.12 and Rs 81.11 a litre on Sunday. Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday advocated bringing fuel under the GST to curb the price hike.
Trump pulls out of summit with North Korea's Kim Jong
"The world and North Korea has lost a tremendous opportunity for lasting peace and great prosperity and wealth", Trump wrote. Cheshire said Mr Kim was reportedly "unruffled" and the North Koreans had responded to Mr Trump's move with "equanimity".
Unburdened by the pressure of the No. 1 ranking, the Capitals have been focused and purposeful.
Don't take that to mean Washington is going to come out and embarrass Vegas in Game 1, however. "Right after he got up he said 'good hit'". Braden Holtby made 28 saves for the Capitals, who are 0-5 in franchise history in the Stanley Cup Final.
This game was highly offensive, supremely entertaining and intoxicatingly competitive.
Strangely enough, none of the 10 goals came off the stick of Alex Ovechkin, who only had two shots on net, though he did have an assist in the game. The 2011 Boston Bruins were the last team to rally after losing the opener when they beat the Vancouver Canucks in seven games.
Nosek was in the right place at the right time for the decisive goal.
Reaves didn't score at all in his first 26 games after joining the Knights in a trade, but the rough-and-tumble forward broke through with the winning goal in the Western Conference finals clincher against Winnipeg.
As happens sometimes in games with high stakes, the refs put away their whistles for a while, leading to an anything goes series of plays through the second and third period.