The Capitals are still in beautiful California on their west coast road trip while most of us are stuck in the 35 degree weather area of the District of Columbia with a forecast predicting up to a foot of snow. Yay…
More bad news. The Kings just like their California counterpart San Jose Sharks are very good against the Capitals at home. The last time DC took all the points in LA was in 2005, Jamie Heward had two goals and Steve Eminger was your leading ice-time man. Good times…?
Puck drop is at 10:30 PM on CSN+. This game will end tomorrow.
|Team||Record||SA%||PDO||Power Play||Penalty Kill|
|Washington Capitals||44-15-7||52.6%||104.0||21.1% (9th)||84.4% (5th)|
|Los Angeles Kings||32-28-6||54.5%||98.1||19.0% (17th)||85.2% (3rd)|
Coach Barry has got us some new lines. Check ’em out.
Johansson – Backstrom – Oshie
Ovechkin – Kuznetsov – Wilson
Connolly – Eller – Williams
Winnik – Beagle – Vrana
Alzner – Carlson
Orlov – Niskanen
Orpik – Shattenkirk
Update: Still on fire.
One of my favorite competitive reality TV shows is back every Wednesday and it’s an all-star season. Give it a chance if you haven’t already. It’s awesome. (Make sure you have both headphones in for this video).
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