The Washington Capitals travel to Philadelphia after a tough luck loss to the Arizona Coyotes on home ice. It’s a homecoming of sorts for Radko Gudas, and the Caps first meeting with their old pal, Matt Niskanen.
Puck drop is at 7:30 PM and I will be back for your recap.
|Shot Attempt %||52.3%||51.3%|
|Power Play||21.5% (11th)||23.9% (8th)|
|Penalty Kill||85.4% (7th)||85.5% (6th)|
No changes in the lineup other than Braden Holtby returning to the net:
Ovechkin – Backstrom – Oshie
Vrana – Kuznetsov – Wilson
Stephenson – Eller – Panik
Leipsic – Dowd – Hathaway
Kempny – Carlson
Orlov – Gudas
Siegenthaler – Jensen
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) November 13, 2019
CM Punk is back on WWE affiliated television, folks.
Headline photo: Shayne Gostisbehere
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