The Capitals come back to Capital One Arena having lost only their fourth regulation game this season.
Meanwhile, the Vancouver Canucks come in as a playoff contender, currently holding down the third spot in the Pacific Division.
Will the battered Caps be able to take down a rebuilding Canucks squad? Tune in to find out.
CAPITALS-CANUCKS GAME 25: HOW TO WATCH
What: Washington Capitals vs. Vancouver Canucks
Where: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C
When: Saturday, November 23, 12:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: Capitals-Blues game will be broadcast on NBC Sports. (NBC Sports Channel Finder)
Live Stream: You can watch the Capitals-Blues preseason on NBC Sports live stream page.
Radio: Caps Radio 24/7
CAPITALS-BLUES TV SCHEDULE:
11:00 AM: Caps Faceoff Live
11:30 AM: Caps Pregame Live
12:30 PM: Capitals @ Blues (LIVE)
2:30 PM: Caps Postgame Live
3:00 PM: Caps Overtime Live
CAPITALS-CANUCKS INJURY REPORT:
Nicklas Backstrom, C, upper-body injury, day-to-day
Nic Dowd, C, upper-body injury, day-to-day
Carl Hagelin W, upper-body injury, day-to-day
Garnet Hathaway, W, three-game suspension
Michael Ferland, C, upper-body injury, injured reserve
Tyler Motte, C, lower-body injury, week-to-week
Antoine Roussel, W, lower-body injury, week-to-week
Brandon Sutter, C/W, lower-body injury, injured reserve
CAPITALS VS CANUCKS PLAYERS TO WATCH:
Beck Malenstyn, LW, Capitals (0-0-0)
Malenstyn joined the team against the New York Rangers in his first career NHL game and provided a spark on a depleted team. He'll be looking to notch his first-ever points against the Canucks.
Elias Pettersson, C, Canucks (9-19-28)
After winning the Calder Memorial Trophy in his rookie season, Pettersson is picking up right where he left off with his slick hands and a wicked shot.
Jay Beagle, C, Canucks (1-2-3)
The former Caps grinder is making a name for himself in Vancouver and provides plenty of hustle and determination on their third and fourth lines as well as their penalty kill.
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