| ANNAPOLIS, Md. (March. 2, 2018) – The National Hockey League would like to remind fans attending Saturday’s 2018 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ about some traffic, parking and security matters:
*The 2018 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ between the Washington Capitals and Toronto Maple Leafs will take place on Saturday, March 3 at 8 p.m. ET at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
*Gates open at 6 p.m. ET. Due to anticipated traffic delays and security screening please plan on arriving early.
*Those with mobile tickets should have their tickets ready to present on their mobile device upon arrival to the venue on Saturday. Tickets can be scanned using the Ticketmaster mobile app or QR code from Ticketmaster accounts on the mobile site m.ticketmaster.com.
*Exit and re-entry is not permitted at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
*The ticket office is located at the North end of the stadium.
*Third party will call drop off is not permitted.
*Fans are encouraged to limit what they bring. No outside food or beverages will be permitted into the stadium on game day. All bags must be inspected. Large backpacks, coolers, duffel bags or items larger than 8” x 11” are prohibited. Bags must be soft sided and fit completely under each fan’s seat.
*In addition to the game, be sure to visit The PreGame – the official NHL tailgate party of the 2018 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™. This FREE hockey festival is in the Blue Parking Lot at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The PreGame hours of operation are 2-7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, March 3.
*Tailgating is allowed on Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium property only.
*Fans are not permitted to take up extra parking spaces within the stadium lots for the purpose of tailgating.
*Fans wanting to tailgate with other vehicles are encouraged to arrive at the same time to the same parking gate. Reserving a space is not permitted. All vehicles will be directed to park by attendants.
*For additional game day information regarding parking, transportation as well as a full listing of prohibited items please visit the following link: 2018 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ Fan Guide
TRANSPORTATION & PARKING INFORMATION
*Parking lots open at 2 p.m. ET.
*Stadium parking can only be obtained by purchasing online at Spot Hero. Limited quantities available.
*For access to handicapped parking, please purchase an ADA parking pass online at Spot Hero. Limited quantities available.
*Upon entry through Gate 1, 3A, 4 or 6, you will be directed to the ADA parking area by a parking attendant. You must have a state issued handicapped parking placard or license plate.
*Oversized Vehicles: Recreational vehicle and charter bus parking is located at Germantown Elementary (200 Windell Road).
*Downtown Parking Garages: Off-site parking options are available, many within walking distance (1/2 mile), including: Bladen Street Garage (intersection of Bladen Street & Calvert Street); Gotts Court Parking Garage (250 Northwest Avenue); Park Place Garage/Westin Annapolis (intersection of West Street & Taylor Avenue); and Whitmore Parking Garage (37 Clay Street). Shuttles will be provided to/from U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and the participating downtown parking garages. Guests utilizing this service will be dropped off and pick up their shuttle from the DNR Lot off Taylor Avenue across from Gate 6.
*Satellite Parking: Available at the Harry S. Truman Park and Ride, located on Harry S. Truman Parkway just off Riva Road. Shuttle service begins at 2:00pm. Return service begins at the start of the third period, ending approximately (2) hours after the game completion. The shuttle runs approximately every 20 minutes, and drops off and picks up by the Ticket Office at the North end of the Stadium.
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