The Washington Times - May 2, 2011, 09:42AM

Reporters huddled around a television in Verizon Center’s media room to watch what will go down as one of the most famous speeches in American history. President Obama’s address to the nation that Osama bin Laden was dead marked a momentous day that was then celebrated by thousands at the White House down the street from the arena.

Several media members joined those around 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Sunday night and provided pictures and reaction from the scene. Here’s mine, and a collection of the others from around the web:

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Sporting News: Craig Custance’s utterly brilliant scene piece and reaction.

Puck Daddy: Greg Wyshynski on the USA Hockey presence at White House.

Pro Hockey Talk: Joe Yerdon from upstate New York wishes he was in Washington.

Russian Machine Never Breaks: Ian Oland’s photo essay of Caps fans celebrating.

Toronto Sun: Rob Longley says watching on TV didn’t do this justice.

On Frozen Blog: John M. Keeley gains perspective after an overtime loss.

Crossing Broad: Kyle Scott gathers the Phillies, Mets reactions after “U-S-A” chants at game.

CBC: Elliotte Friedman recounts it all in pictures, video on Twitter.

Ravings of a Rink Rebel: Erika Schnure does, too.

106.7 The Fan: Sky Kerstein with more photos on Twitter.