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CAPS SKATE ON TO THE INFO-SUPERHIGHWAY
Published April 14, 1995
America Online and the Capitals announced yesterday that the team now has a site on the online service. With the launch of "Washington Capitals Online," the team becomes the first pro team to have a dedicated area on a commercial online service. By accessing the site, users can order merchandise and tickets, and receive information about the team, including player photos and breaking news. Users will also be able to discuss the team with other fans (Capitals).