3 things we would love to see modernized at Capital One Arena

No new arena in Virginia means the Caps are staying put!
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By now you've probably heard the news about the Washington Capitals no longer relocating to Potomac Yard in four years. Neither are the NBA's Wizards. The deal was shot down in Virginia and as a result, Capital One Arena is getting upgraded.

Ted Leonsis, Capitals owner and Chairman and CEO of Monumental Sports and Entertainment (owns the Wizards, Mystics and more as well) along with Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser along with D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson announced an agreement of a renovation of the Capitals current barn on 7th and F Street.

It'll be a revitalized entertaiment desitination not just for the building but the surrounding Gallary Place/Chinatown area. So we have some ideas on how to make life easier for Leonsis and Monumental so here's what we would do with a new arena concept.

#3 More bathrooms

Sounds silly right but you know the long lines that come with having to go number one or number two while not missing any of the action. It's easier said than done but that is a long line like you're waiting for an athlete's autograph just to go. More restrooms, less lines! Simple math really.

But to solve the current problem my trick is I go during the TV timeouts quickly then get right back to my seat to avoid the intermission lines, since I like to go on concourse walks during intermission anyway.