This story from the Capitals VIP Ticket Holder event will restore your faith in humanity

Ethan Cadeaux
NBC Sports Washington

Imagine being in line waiting for a signature from Capitals star Alex Ovechkin.

A million things are racing through your mind. Will he sign just one piece of clothing? Or multiple? Will I be able to take a picture with him, too? Will I ever get to meet Ovi in person again?

The Capitals held a VIP Ticket Holder event at MGM on Tuesday, and one fan whose Twitter name is "Sandy" was in attendance. The event required a ticket, and while waiting in line for Ovechkin's signature, Sandy could not find her ticket.

At the event, the Capitals were raffling off prizes, but in order to be eligible, Sandy needed her ticket. After looking around for the ticket for quite some time, a fan came up to her that noticed she dropped it and returned the ticket to Sandy.

Then, the Capitals read off the winning raffle number, and it was Sandy's ticket that was the winner.

Sandy also mentioned that last year, Dave, who she always attends the event with, won a stick from winger T.J. Oshie. Two years ago, Sandy's nephew won a stick from Lars Eller. 

Sandy would like to reward the man who returned her ticket to her but was unable to catch his name. She told NBC Sports Washington that all she remembers was that "he had dark hair." 

If anyone is able to identify that fan, Sandy said she would "really like to buy him dinner and a beer."

Good deeds go a long way, and this is a great act of humanity.

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This story from the Capitals VIP Ticket Holder event will restore your faith in humanity originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

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