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  WHERE TO WATCH THE SERIES
Join Fellow Fans at Your Favorite Watering Hole
Local Bars
With the first two games of the Stanley Cup finals in Detroit and with all the games at MCI Center sold out, fans are flocking to area sports bars to watch the Capitals. Whether it's Champions in Georgetown or the Penalty Box in Alexandria, here's our guide to the best bars to watch the Stanley Cup finals.

Stanley Cup Finals TV Schedule
Game 1
Tuesday
at Detroit
8 p.m.
Fox
Game 2
Thursday
at Detroit
8 p.m.
ESPN
Game 3
Saturday
at Wash.
8 p.m.
ESPN
Game 4
June 16
at Wash.
8 p.m.
ESPN
Game 5*
June 18
at Detroit
8 p.m.
Fox
Game 6*
June 20
at Wash.
8 p.m.
ESPN
Game 7*
June 23
at Detroit
8 p.m.
Fox
All games will be broadcast locally on radio by WTEM-980; * — if necessary


GETTING TICKETS
Getting Yourself a Seat for the Stanley Cup Finals
All the Stanley Cup final games at MCI Center are sold out, but don't give up. Check The Post's classified ads to see who's selling tickets.


GETTING TO THE GAME
Mass Transit Is Best Way to Navigate to MCI Center
MCI Center
What to Do If You Drive

What to Do If You Use the Metro

Arena and Its Surrounding Area

Where Are Your Capitals Seats?

If you're going to any Caps games, take the Metro subway system, writes Post columnist Bob Levey. Metered parking around the arena is scarce and finding a spot in a parking garage is nearly impossible. The easy alternative is to take the Metro because all five subway lines stop within four blocks of MCI Center.


ONCE YOU'RE THERE
There's Plenty of Food Available Around the Arena
Finding a meal before or after the Capitals game should not be a problem. In the vicinity of MCI Center are hip Latin restaurants, a ChopHouse & Brewery and all the Chinese food you can handle.


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