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Sonny Milano Chia Planter, Darcy Kuemper Bobblehead: Capitals Release 2023-24 Promotional Schedule



Sonny Milano Chia planter (Photo via Washington Capitals)

The Washington Capitals unveiled their 2023-34 promotional schedule Monday, which includes one of the more unique giveaways in recent memory.

Inspired by the winger’s flowing locks, all fans will receive a Sonny Milano Chia Planter when the Capitals host the Seattle Kraken on Jan. 11. The planter is one of the highlights from a schedule that also features a fanny pack, Margaritaville-inspired Hawaiian shirt and a Darcy Kuemper bobblehead.

Here’s the complete all-fans giveaway schedule:

  • Oct. 13 vs. Pittsburgh: Magnet schedule
  • Oct. 24 vs. Toronto: Reversible bucket hat
  • Nov. 2 vs. New York Islanders: 90s night fanny pack
  • Nov. 18 vs. Columbus: Hockey Fights Cancer jersey rally towel
  • Nov. 22 vs. Buffalo: Capsgiving T-shirt
  • Dec. 20 vs. N.Y. Islanders: Holiday party beanie
  • Jan. 11 vs. Seattle: Sonny Milano chia planter
  • Feb. 26 vs. Ottawa: Celebrating Black history rally towel
  • March 3 vs. Arizona: Kids Day giveaway (to be announced)
  • March 22 vs. Carolina: Margaritaville-inspired Hawaiian shirt
  • March 26 vs. Detroit: Darcy Kuemper bobblehead
  • March 30 vs. Boston: Blue W T-shirt
  • April 4 vs. Pittsburgh: Reusable tote bag
  • April 15 vs. Boston: Fan appreciation night poster

Here’s the complete schedule of special ticket offers:

  • Oct. 27 vs. Minnesota: Oktoberfest beer stein
  • Nov. 4 vs. Columbus: Educators Night tumbler
  • Nov. 14 vs. Vegas: Canines Night dog bowl set
  • Jan. 7 vs. Los Angeles: Youth Hockey Day skate guards
  • Jan. 18 vs. St. Louis: Country Music Night cowboy hat
  • Feb. 6 vs. Montreal: Healthcare Heroes Night cooler lunchbox
  • March 9 vs. Chicago: Women in Hockey Night belt bag
  • March 20 vs. Toronto: Pride beanie
  • April 13 vs. Tampa Bay: Rock N’ Roll Night t-shirt

The Capitals will host the Pittsburgh Penguins to open the regular season on Oct. 13.

Jared Serre covers the Washington Capitals for Washington Hockey Now. He is a graduate of West Virginia University.