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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#1 Add a museum

This is crazy but a lot of new ballparks and arenas have retired number displays and statues. We obviously are due for a Peter Bondra or Olaf Kolzig number retirement someday down the line. Back then when the building was called the MCI Center I learned there was even a Discovery Channel store inside the arena. Why not have a museum display.

We can show statues like Ovechkin lifting the Cup and the Bullets winning their NBA title. For Ovi lifting the Cup do the one where he's handing it off to Nicklas Backstrom. That would be fun.

You can either connect it to the area or be adjacent to it and it can be open on non game days. That's cha ching money. That's jobs. That is also a little bit of business for when teams are on the road or when there isn't a concert. It can also be a sports history lesson for the concert goers.

Baltimore has a museum near Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium. Why not do one that's Caps, Wizards, Mystics, Valor, and E Sports related. Those are our ideas on making Capital One Arena the number one destination for sports fans everywhere.