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Washington Capitals 2021-22 Single-Game Tickets on Sale



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Single-game tickets for the Washington Capitals 2021-22 regular season are now on sale on The announcement was made today in a press release by the Capitals communications department.

The Capitals will be back to playing a full-82 game schedule this upcoming season after a COVID-shortened 56-game season last year. 41 regular-season home games at Capital One Arena fill the schedule with the team’s hope opener set for Oct. 13 against the New York Rangers.

The Capitals will start the season on a three-game homestand and will have four homestands with three-plus games. Some key home games include the following; Oct. 16 where the Capitals take on the defending Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning, Nov. 14 where the rival Penguins come to town for the first time on the season, a rematch of the 2018 Stanley Cup Final with the Vegas Golden Knights on Jan. 24 and meeting the Seattle Kraken for the first time on March 5.

Capital One Arena has been sold out for the past eleven seasons including playoffs (501 consecutive games). Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets directly from the team via Ticketmaster. Monumental Sports, which owns Capital One Arena has required attendees to provide either a COVID-19 vaccination card or provide proof of a negative test result in the past 48 hours for recent concerts of Tame Impala and Harry Styles. It is likely that these mandates will continue at least to start the 2021-22 Washington Capitals season.

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