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4.3

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Awesome time!

Capital One Arena - Washington

My boyfriend and I went this past monday for the first time and it was so much fun! Everyone was very helpful getting us navigated through the arena and to our seats. Nothing but good things to say and definitely will be back!

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Good hockey town

Capital One Arena - Washington

Lots of energy in the arena, great place to watch hockey

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Great Bruins win

Capital One Arena - Washington

Very fan friendly even for the "other guys"...and The Bruins Won

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Bruins deserved the win

Capital One Arena - Washington

Capitals, except for their goalie Holtby-who was phenomenal, didn’ show up to play until last 10 minutes of third period.

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10/10 Would go again

Capital One Arena - Washington

The arena was nice, no complaints. Plenty of food and merch vendors. Very nice security staff and ushers. Overall a great experience. Additionally, there is very convenient parking directly underneath the arena - this was the first time that parking in DC hasn’t given me anxiety. Also, the stadium full of Caps fans created a light and fun atmosphere (I say this as a Sharks fan). 10/10 I would recommend this to a friend.

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My First NHL Game

Capital One Arena - Washington

The overall experience was beyond telling. I truly enjoyed the enthusiasm of the Isles fan around us. They to really love following their team. They seem to travel well. The venue's amenities were well maintained and clean. The venue's staff were courteous and helpful. We could see everything real well from where we sat, real cushy seats.

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Great experience

Capital One Arena - Washington

I have never had a bad sight line at CapOne Arena. The tickets are a little pricey but you pay to see a championship team. The parking garage could be easier to get in to but the location is perfect. WIth mobile tickets, the entry to the arena is quick. I love going to see the Caps and this was no exception.

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Great venue with wonderful dining options, clean restrooms,

Capital One Arena - Washington

As above, great venue easily accessible via Metro, lots of restaurant options prior to the game, wonderful friendly and helpful event staff, absolutely the best dining and snack options, clean restrooms, entire facility clean and comfortable and inviting! I look forward to our next visit!

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Best Night Ever

Capital One Arena - Washington

Loved the seats.....Loved meeting Slapshot and taking a pic....Even though they lost...The caps will always be my team...and I’ll always watch them play....whether in person or on television...

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Bad weather

Capital One Arena - Washington

We always park in the Gallery Place Garage, due to the rain Gallery Place was over loaded with people so much that we missed the face off. This is the first time this has happen in all the years we have gone to Capital One Arena.

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Washington Capitals at Capital One Arena

The Washington Capitals bring the euphoria of the franchise's first Stanley Cup® Championship — and a loaded roster — to Capital One Arena to begin their title defense. The Caps reached the pinnacle of their 44-year history on June 7, and with the team's top players returning, fans will continue to flock to the District. The season begins with a home date against the Boston Bruins on Oct. 3. 

Washington Capitals 2018-19 Season

After three consecutive seasons of second-round playoff exits, the Capitals won their second Eastern Conference championship in 2017-18, finishing with a record of 49-26-7 (105 points). The success came despite losing a number of significant players from their two-time Metropolitan Division-winning roster to free agency in the summer of '17. Led by seven-time All-Star, franchise scoring leader and captain Alex Ovechkin, the Caps finished strong down the stretch, winning 12 of their final 15 contests.

The Capitals dispatched Columbus, Pittsburgh, and Tampa Bay in the first three rounds of the Playoffs before meeting the expansion Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup® Finals. After losing the first game, the Caps rolled to four consecutive victories, with Lars Eller scoring the deciding goal in Game 5. Ovechkin earned the Conn Smythe Trophy as finals MVP.

Ovechkin would finish the regular season with 87 points and a league-leading 49 goals, with fellow Russian Evgeny Kuznetsov tallying 85 points. Those two, along with key contributors John Carlson, Nicklas Backstrom, Devante Smith-Pelly, Michal Kempny, and goaltender Braden Holtby, are among the returnees for the 2018-19 campaign. Additionally, the Capitals will start a new era with Todd Reirden leading the group as head coach.

Washington Capitals History

The Capitals were founded in 1974, but did not post a winning record or reach the Playoffs until the 1982-83 season, when a group led by top scorers Dennis Maruk and Mike Gartner, along with defenseman Rod Langway, ended the frustration. It began a remarkable streak of 14 consecutive seasons in the Playoffs.

After that streak ended in 1996-97, the Capitals bounced back the next year to win their first conference title. Led by right wing Peter Bondra and goalie Olaf Kolzig, they defeated Boston, Ottawa, and Buffalo in the Playoffs to earn their first berth in the Stanley Cup® Finals. But the Caps were swept in four games.

Ovechkin arrived in 2005, and since 2007-08, the Capitals have reached the Playoffs in every year but one. The 2014-15 season began a run of three consecutive years that the Capitals reached the second round, only to lose in heartbreaking fashion. In 2015–16, they won a franchise-high and NHL-best 56 games only to be felled by Pittsburgh, all the losses coming by one goal. They won a league-best 55 games the next year, but again lost to the Penguins in the second round.

Along with Gartner and Langway, Yvon Labre and Dale Hunter have had their numbers retired.