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Capitals Playoff Run: Where to Watch



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    WASHINGTON - MAY 02: Fans of the Washington Capitals celebrate a win over the Pittsburgh Penguins during Game One of the Eastern Conference Semifinal Round of the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs on May 2, 2009 at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC. (Photo by Len Redkoles/Getty Images)

    Face it, Caps fans. It's going to be hard to find a Stanley Cup playoff ticket at the Phone Booth this postseason. But, there are several options if you can't get an actual seat.

    First, the Caps are apparently offering up about 100 standing-room only tickets for Games 1 and 2 -- for $100 each. Yeah, it's a bit steep, but if you want to get in the door, you're gonna have to pay.

    Check out the Sports Bog for the details.

    If you're not willing to spend that much but still want to feel a part of the action, there are some other options.

    There is a rally at the Kettler practice rink from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. You can watch the team practice for Game 1, which can be just as cool as watching a game.  Unless, you know, you're Allen Iverson

    Several "official" Caps viewing parties are planned for the first four games of the series. Fans who show up have a chance to win game tickets and other Caps swag.

    The deets:

    Game 1 (Thursday, April 15): RFD -- 807 7th Street (one block from arena)
    Game 2 (Saturday, April 17): Iron Horse Tavern -- 507 6th Street (one block from arena)
    Game 3 (Monday, April 19): Hard Times in Clarendon -- 3028 North Wilson Blvd, Arlington, Va. Game 4 (Wednesday, April 21): Union Jack’s in the Ballston Common Mall, 671 North Glebe Road, Arlington, Va.

    Know of any other special places to watch the games? Alert others in the comment section below...