- $49 for one ticket for mezzanine-end or corner seating in sections 405–411 or 421–429, plus a Capitals T-shirt (up to $72.20 value)
- Available dates: Monday, November 23, at 7 p.m. (Edmonton Oilers); Wednesday, November 25, at 7 p.m. (Winnipeg Jets); or Wednesday, December 16, at 7 p.m. (Ottawa Senators)
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The Scouting Report
After pushing the Rangers to seven games in the conference semifinals last spring, the Capitals have skated into their 2015–16 campaign looking like a serious Stanley Cup contender. More than a month into the season now, the Caps are still scoring more than three goals per game, thanks in large part to Alexander Ovechkin, who leads the team in goals, and Evgeny Kuznetsov, who leads the team in points. Newcomers T.J. Oshie and Justin Williams are contributing nightly, too. A three-time champion himself, Williams could prove especially valuable to the team’s quest for the Cup, since he brings priceless advice for younger players and a treasure map marked with all the places Lord Stanley may have buried his trophy.
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 Verizon Center—nicknamed the Phonebooth—the Caps skate against their Eastern Conference rivals as mascot Slapshot the Eagle lays new pucks before every faceoff.