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Greetings fellow puck lovers:

WNST is proud to offer three more “Puck Bus” opportunities during 2009 to go to Washington Capitals games with a group of spirited Baltimore hockey fans.

Here are the three dates:

Tuesday, Jan. 6 vs. Philadelphia Flyers

Wednesday, Feb. 18 vs. Montreal Canadiens

Tuesday, March 3 vs. Carolina Hurricanes

All of the trips will have the same 2-stop itinerary: We’ll leave White Marsh Park and Ride at 4:30 and pick up at the UMBC Park and Ride at 5 p.m.

Each trip will include an upper deck group reserved seat, limited cold beer and soda on the bus, snacks provided by WNST sponsors and fun hockey-themed videos and trivia to win Caps giveaways. To see some wnsTV of what our first “Puck Bus” looked like, click here. And, yes, we’ll play the Baltimore Clippers fight song as well. Or was it the Skipjacks fight song? Or the Bandits fight song?

Tickets are $60 per person and $150 for a three-game “WNST Three-Pack”.

Click here to buy individual games or the WNST Puck Bus Three Pack:

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