This sandwich is heart-stopping — literally and figuratively.
The Washington Capitals on Saturday may have trounced the Florida Panthers 6-1 to take a 2-1 series lead, but some fans were just as interested with the gastronomic delicacy — or monstrosity, depending on your preference — sold in section 408.
The sandwich, debuted Saturday for Game 3 of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, is a spicy chicken sandwich with cinnamon rolls for bread.
The sweet and savory treat, which has cheese spread on the chicken and frosting drizzled on the cinnamon rolls, costs $16.59.
Thankfully for the fans in attendance who purchased the calorific concoction, they walked away with a sweet playoff victory in addition to their heartburn.
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