Similar to the puck surprise and pick-a-stick events, Caps are hosting a new fundraiser for the playoffs. See the information below regarding the Mystery Mini-Helmets for this Sunday, May 1 starting at 6:00 p.m.
Washington Capitals Charities is hosting a new fundraiser for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Mystery Mini-Helmets. Stop by the community relations table on the main concourse of Verizon Center behind section 104 starting at 6 p.m. before the Washington Capitals face-off against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday, May 1, to participate. Fans have a unique opportunity to purchase autographed Capitals mini-helmets for $40 each. What’s the mystery? You don’t know which player’s autograph you’ll get and if you select an unsigned mini-helmet, Caps head coach Bruce Boudreau will sign it for you personally after the game.
Each fan will only be able to purchase up to two mini-helmets as supplies are limited for this offer. Fans will be given numbers as they line up to ensure that everyone who waits in line will be able to participate. Please be advised that cash is the only method of payment that will be accepted and customers may not pay by credit card or check.
Five lucky winners will get to meet Boudreau and all proceeds benefit Washington Capitals Charities. Plan to arrive early as Mystery Mini-Helmets starts promptly at 6 p.m. and supplies are limited and will go quickly.
- Up to two mini-helmets per person, supplies are limited.
- If the mini-helmet you select is not autographed, you’ll have the opportunity to meet Caps head coach Bruce Boudreau who will personally sign it.
- If a winner is under the age of 18, he or she may be accompanied by one adult.
- Only cash will be accepted as payment for mini-helmets.
- Credit cards and checks will NOT be accepted.
- Specific player’s autographs are not guaranteed.
- Winners must meet at the community relations table behind section 104 immediately after the game.