You know the deal. The Caps failed to finish the Flyers in games four and five. Now, on their home turf, the Flyers have a chance to tie the series and force a game seven.
We’d rather not see that happen. We’ve got reservations at Olive Garden on Wednesday.
Puck drops at noon on NBC proper.
|Team||Record||Possession||PDO||Power Play||Penalty Kill|
|Washington Capitals||56-18-8||52.0%||101.1||21.9% (5th)||85.2% (2nd)|
|Philadelphia Flyers||41-27-14||50.1%||100.5||18.9% (11th)||80.5% (20th)|
No changes expected.
Ovechkin – Backstrom – Oshie
Burakovsky – Kuznetsov – Williams
Chimera – Richards – Johansson
Winnik – Beagle – Wilson
Schmidt – Carlson
Alzner – Niskanen
Orlov – Chorney
The Capitals played great; they truly did. That they lost was aberration. The Caps seem to know this. They are ready for today. Any panic seems to be limited to fans, and a good deal of said panic seems to be tongue-in-cheek, performative.
They’ll be fine.
Let’s keep this brief. Storytime is over.
— LA Kings (@LAKings) April 23, 2016
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