Caps returning to Baltimore for preseason game against Blue Jackets?

The Baltimore Business Journal is reporting that the Washington Capitals could be headed back to Baltimore for a preseason game this fall. Last September, the Caps faced the Nashville Predators at 1st Mariner Arena in the preseason Baltimore Hockey Classic, playing in the city “for the first time in 20 years.” Jack Lambert of the Business Journal writes:

Ticketmaster had listed Tuesday evening on its website a Sept. 27 game between the Capitals and the Columbus Blue Jackets  at First Mariner Arena. The game, again billed as the “Baltimore Hockey Classic,” was removed Wednesday morning from Ticketmaster’s website, just a few hours after a Baltimore Business Journal inquiry to the Capitals (A screengrab of the listing, from April 9, is in the gallery to the right).

Capitals officials declined to comment on the game.

(via @DCAbloob)

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Posted on April 11, 2012, in Washington Capitals and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. My ticket rep mentioned to me a while ago that this was going to happen again. I’m not a fan, it sucked last year. Not just the game, but everything. A pre-season, weekday game is some sort of Classic? I highly, highly doubt I’ll attend again. They couldn’t even come up with some sort of commemorative ticket!

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