What You'll Get
September 21 (Carolina Hurricanes), October 2 (Boston Bruins), October 4 (New York Islanders)
- $24 for one mezzanine-end or corner ticket, plus a Capitals t-shirt (up to $66 value)
October 13 (San Jose Sharks), or October 17 (Carolina Hurricanes)
- $39 for one mezzanine-end or corner ticket, plus a Capitals t-shirt (up to $66.10 value)
- $59 for one mezzanine-center ticket, plus a Capitals t-shirt (up to $81.40 value)
Note: When you click “Buy,” you’ll be redirected to Ticketmaster.com to complete your transaction.
The Scouting Report
Last season, the Capitals pushed the Rangers to seven games in the conference semifinals. This season, they may have the talent to go all the way. The team’s stars—NHL-leading scorer Alex Ovechkin and center Nicklas Backstrom—are now joined by two key acquisitions at right wing: former Blues standout T.J. Oshie and three-time Stanley Cup winner Justin Williams. Williams has previously won Cups with Los Angeles and Carolina, bringing priceless advice for younger players, plus a chance to take up the NHL’s limited-time offer where if you win a fourth Cup, your fifth one is free.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 17, 2015. Limit 8 per person. Customers buy through http://gr.pn/1itGV7i. Contact Verizon Center at (202) 628-3200 with questions. See Groupon's Third Party site terms here. Must purchase together to sit together. Ticketmaster is the issuer of tickets. Discount reflects Ticketmaster's current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event. Additional ticket fees apply at time of purchase. Must enter code GROUPONCAPS at checkout. Tickets must be printed at home. Valid only on game date listed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Washington Capitals
Prior to the 1974–75 season, the Washington Capitals joined the Kansas City Scouts as the 17th and 18th clubs to become part of the National Hockey League. Eight years later, they played in their first-ever Stanley Cup playoff game on April 6, 1983—kicking off a 14-year streak of consecutive postseason berths. In 1998, Washington finally reached the Stanley Cup Finals, securing its place as one of the NHL's top teams. Headquartered at the Capital One Arena, the Caps skate against their Eastern Conference rivals led by mascot Slapshot the Eagle cheering them on.