Washington Capitals Tickets And Seating Chart
The Washington Capitals were off to a great start this season and seem to be doing relatively well holding their own as the hockey season continues on towards its conclusion. Back in October, the team was taking no prisoners as they advanced through game after game, not looking back behind if anything less than a win happened to be the outcome. At the start of the season, the Washington Capitals took home victories against the Bruins, Maple Leafs, Sharks, Predators, Thrashers, Islanders and Flyers. With a starting track record of nine wins out of 13 games, it certainly was a good foundation to build a winning streak for the season.
The November games were a bit less of a winning streak than October, but it was still occasion for the Washington Capitals to strut their stuff on the ice; including the games against the Senators and the Blue Jackets which both went into overtime. A valiant effort was made but after the final buzzer sounded; in these two overtime events the Washington Capitals were forced to go home without the winning price in their hands. With many exciting games left to be played by the Washington Capitals in March and April, fans and players along with coaching staff and others are looking forward to much more action from this great hockey team.
The Washington Cardinals are currently at the top of the standings for the Southeast division of the Eastern Conference, followed closed by Tampa Bay, Atlanta, Florida and Carolina. When it comes to league standings, the Washington Cardinals are at the top of the charts with 90 points, 23-3-3 for home games and 18-10-5 for away games. San Jose, Chicago, Phoenix and Los Angeles make up the remaining roster for the league. It literally goes without saying that the Washington Capitals also hold the lead for the Eastern Conference with New Jersey, Ottawa, Pittsburgh and Buffalo rounding out the top five in that category.
The Verizon Center is home to the Washington Capitals and has held the place of distinction since December, 1997. Verizon Center is also home to the Wizards, Georgetown Hoyas and Mystics. This multi-faceted venue hosts many sports and entertainment activities. Affectionately known as The Phone Booth, Verizon Center is located at 601 F Street NW in Washington, D.C. Formerly known as MCI Center, Verizon Center is currently operated by Washington Sports and Entertainment but is owned by the City of Washington.
Located in the bustling center of Chinatown, the Washington Power (NLL) were also located for home games at Verizon Center from 2001 to 2002. Seating capacity for hockey is 18,277 and for basketball is 20,173. The Gallery Place-Chinatown station provides convenient access on the Red, Yellow and Green lines of Metro transportation for those who prefer to ride than drive. In addition to being the home of many great games with the Washington Capitals, Verizon Center has featured the Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Circus, 1998 Stanley Cup Finals, World Championship Wrestling Starrcade, World Wrestling Federation Backlash and many big ticket entertainers like Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Madonna, TLC and others.
Tickets to Washington Capitals games at Verizon Center are available at a variety of price ranges to accommodate virtually every budget. From the Mezzanine Goal Zone to the VIP section right behind the glass where you can hear every gut-wrenching crash of the helmets, there's a seating location that's sure to please even the most discriminating patrons. With excellent sites from every seat in the house, the only missing part of the equation is getting out and heading to the game to catch up on the action.