Capitals vs. Hurricanes Game 2: How to watch, what time, TV channel
One win down, 15 to go.
That’s the number of games the Washington Capitals still need to win to hoist another Stanley Cup, of course. Nothing is in the bag after their 4-2 win in Game 1 of the first round, but they do have the advantage now.
It’s already time for Game 2, so here’s everything you need to know before puck drop.
Opponent: Carolina Hurricanes (Capitals lead series 1-0)
When: Saturday, April 13, 3 p.m.
Where: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.
TV channel: NBC
Radio: 1500 AM
What to watch for: Lars Eller missed practice to take a “maintenance day” for an upper-body issuehe also missed part of Monday’s skatebut he’s still expected to play in Game 2 ... The Capitals’ power play converted on their first two chances of the game Thursday. In their final 10 regular season games, the unit went just 3-for-25 ... Rookie Andrei Svechnikov only skated on Carolina’s third line in Game 1, but scored both the team’s goals. The No. 2 overall draft pick might not be promoted back to the top six, but he got some practice time with the Hurricanes’ power play Friday ... If you’re attending Game 2 and want to drive to the arena, be aware that many streets near Chinatown will be closed for the Cherry Blossom Parade. Click here for the full list of closures and consider public transportation.
On the Capital One Arena ice, the hits just keep coming, @thomloverro writes in his column from the #Caps Game 1 win. https://t.co/LhxN7BKGh3 WashTimes Sports (@WashTimesSports) April 12, 2019
The #Caps are up 1-0 in this series. @Adam_Zielonka breaks down how last night’s game was won. https://t.co/fjaxAFqRGd WashTimes Sports (@WashTimesSports) April 12, 2019
The #Caps previously-questioned penalty kill came up big in Game 1, @Matthew_Paras writes https://t.co/XKSfND2eBz WashTimes Sports (@WashTimesSports) April 12, 2019
He wasn’t part of the Stanley Cup run last year, but Nic Dowd impressed the #Caps enough this year to earn a contract extension earlier today. https://t.co/cZmckPBZpg WashTimes Sports (@WashTimesSports) April 11, 2019