Puck Surprise Raises Over $5000
Washington Capitals Charities raised more than $5,000 during the Oct. 22 Halloween Puck Surprise, selling packages that included autographed pucks and candy corn. Fans took home more than 200 pucks signed by current Capitals. The pucks went on sale when the doors opened at MCI Center at 6 p.m. and were sold out before the game started. Five lucky fans selected pucks that were not signed by a player, and as a result those winners got to meet left wing Alex Ovechkin after the game. Ovechkin signed their pucks and took pictures with the winners.
The Capitals would like to congratulate our Halloween Puck Surprise winners and all of the participants who helped make it a success. If you missed out on the action or would like to participate again, look for the Valentine’s Day Puck Surprise in February.