The Capitals are riding a two-game winning streak, and are looking to continue their winning ways as they start a five-game road swing.
Their first stop is Chicago against a Blackhawks team that has cracked .500 and is also riding their own two-game winning streak.
Whose streak will come to an end Sunday? Tune in to find out.
CAPITALS-BLACKHAWKS GAME 10: HOW TO WATCH
What: Washington Capitals at Chicago Blackhawks
Where: United Center, Chicago, Ill.
When: Sunday, October 20, 7 pm.
TV Channel: Capitals-Blackhawks will be broadcast on NBC Sports. (NBC Sports channel Finder)
Live Stream: You can watch Capitals-Blackhawks on NBC Sports live stream page.
Radio: Caps Radio 24/7
CAPITALS-BLACKHAWKS TV SCHEDULE:
6:00 PM: Caps Faceoff Live
6:30 PM: Caps Pregame Live
7:00 PM: Capitals @ Blackhawks (LIVE)
9:30 PM: Caps Postgame Live
10:00 PM: Caps Overtime Live
10:00 PM: D.C. Sports Live
CAPITALS-BLACKHAWKS INJURY REPORT:
RW Richard Panik, upper-body injury, week-to-week
LW Jonn Quenneville, hip injury, day-to-day
CAPITALS AT BLACKHAWKS PLAYERS TO WATCH:
Michal Kempny, D, Capitals (1-0-1)
After returning to the Caps lineup against the New York Rangers Friday night, Kempny felt right at home, potting his first goal of the season. Kempny will look to beat up on the team that traded him back in 2018, and he's had success in the past against them.
Alex DeBrincat, F, Chicago (2-2-4)
Don't be fooled by DeBrincat's 5-7 frame. The shifty forward has a deadly release and notched 41 goals last season, second on the Blackhawks. In the last two seasons, he's also feasted on the Capitals, notching two goals and two assists.
Patrick Kane, R, Chicago (2-5-7)
He doesn't have the nickname "Showtime" for nothing. Kane led the Blackhawks in goals last season with 44, and leads the team in points this season.
CAPITALS at BLACKHAWKS SERIES HISTORY
Number of all-time Meetings: 99
All-Time Series Record: 44-43-11-1
Last Meeting: Loss 8-5 (1/20/2019)
Last 10: Capitals lead 7-3
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