WASHINGTON – In the meantime the Washington Capitals go one on one versus the Golden Knights for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals in Las Vegas, fans are impatiently looking forward to the Caps playing on power base.
It was announced this Wednesday that Xfinity will be taking fans to Monday night’s game of Washington Capitals versus Golden Knights on their own budget. Now how cool is that.
The first game of the series will take place on Saturday, nonetheless the trains will be running up until 1 AM on that night and without any of the spare economic funding. Though, Metro says it is emptying space for more trains to run on that night to run so that they can cover up all the fans that are increasing day by day.
In a report issued on Wednesday, Mayor Muriel Bowser said “D.C. is ready for the Capitals to bring the Stanley Cup Finals home to the #SportsCapital. And thanks to Comcast, fans in and around the Capital One Arena will be able to take Metro home after the Caps win Game 4 on Monday night.”
Moreover, we have been informed that the MARC Trains will be providing an extra service from Union Station to Penn Station in Baltimore.
The train is set to leave from Union Station after an hour of game’s completion both on Saturday and Monday nights. Also, the train would not be working for North of Baltimore as announced by MTA.
The starting times at Capital One Arena are at 8:00 PM for Game 3 Saturday, and Game 4 Monday.
All through the Stanley Cup playoffs against the Tampa Bay lightning, Game 4 Metro service was sponsored by Downtown DC Business Improvement District and the government of Qatar and Uber picked up the tab for Game 6.
With backing from Xfinity, Metro trains will run a full hour extra to the usual 11:30 p.m. closing time.
The last trains from Gallery Place-Chinatown are now scheduled to depart at:
Red Line in the direction of Glenmont 12:38 a.m.; Shady Grove 12:32 a.m.
Green Line in the direction of Branch Ave 12:28 a.m.; Greenbelt 12:48 a.m.
Yellow Line in the direction of Huntington 12:19 a.m.
The last trains from Metro Center will depart at:
Blue Line in the direction of Franconia-Springfield 12:28 a.m.; Largo Town Center 12:27 a.m.
Orange Line in the direction of New Carrollton 12:20 a.m.; Vienna 12:36 a.m.Silver Line in the direction of Largo Town Center 12:27 a.m.; Wiehle-Reston East 12:21 a.m.
Metro have announced that in case the games runs overtime, they will inform any changes in the last train schedules by arena announcements. Services updates and alerts can be availed from Twitter (@wmata and @metrorailinfo) and through MetroAlerts email and text messages.