How to Watch Washington Capitals Vs. Detroit Red Wings – NBC4 Washington
How to Watch Capitals vs. Red Wings originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
The Capitals opened the 2021-22 season with a rift, scooping at least one point in every competition en route to a 4-0-2 record. Your next challenger? The Detroit Red Wings, who carry a 3-2-1 record into the game on Wednesday night at Capital One Arena.
Washington has not competed against the Red Wings since November 30, 2019, when the Capitals ran away with a 5-2 win. Alex Ovechkin had a hat trick in this game, an achievement that is once again in the game after his previous game.
Here’s everything you need to know before you drop the puck.
UPPER CASE VS. RED WINGS AS YOU CAN LOOK AT
What: Washington Capitals vs. Detroit Red Wings
Where: Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
When: Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021 at 7 p.m. ET
TV channel: Capitals vs. Flames will air on NBC Sports Washington + (NBC Sports’ channel finder).
Live broadcast: You can live stream Capitals vs. Flames on the NBC Sports Washington Live Stream page and the MyTeams app.
UPPER CASE VS. RED WINGS TV SCHEDULE
6:30 in the evening Capitals Pregame Live (LIVE)
7:00 pm Capitals vs Red Wings (LIVE)
9:30 p.m. Capitals after the game Live (LIVE)
UPPER CASE VS. RED WINGS WHAT TO SEE
From Andrew Gillis of NBC Sports Washington:
“For a line-up without Nicklas Backstrom, the Capitals are sure to do their best to minimize his absence. In a 7-5 win over the Senators in Ottawa on Monday night, the team was led by their breakout offensive, which included a hat trick from TJ Oshie who’s been pumping shots into the Senator’s network all night. ” Continue reading.
From JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington:
“[Alex Ovechkin has] was hot at the start of the season, having scored seven goals and five assists in the first six games of the year. Now he’s just 29 goals away from Jaromir Jagr’s third place out of 766 careers. At the pace at which Ovechkin is traveling, achieving that won’t be a problem this season. “Read More
UPPER CASE VS. RED WINGS PLAYERS TO SEE
Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, Capitals (6 games, 4 goals, 9 points): Ovechkin got the most attention for his hot start, but Kuznetsov was just as important to the Capitals’ success. His nine points in the season are fourth for the NHL.
Tyler Bertuzzi, LW, Red Wings (5 games, 6 goals, 9 points): Bertuzzi also goes on his name with nine points on Wednesday. He is recovering from a back injury that limited him to just nine games last season.