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How to Watch: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins

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The Washington Capitals take on the Boston Bruins noon on Sunday as the finale of their round-robin play.

With both teams looking for their first win since the restart, there will be key seeding at stake. If the Caps win, they finish third and will play the Islanders in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. If the Caps lose, they'll finish fourth and go up against the Hurricanes. 

You're not going to want to miss this one. Here's how to watch. 

CAPITALS vs. BRUINS HOW TO WATCH 

What: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins
Where: Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada 
When: 12:00 PM ET 
TV Channel: Capitals vs. Bruins will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington Plus
Live Stream: You can live stream Capitals vs. Flyers on NBC Sports Washington's live stream page and on the NBC Sports App.

CAPITALS vs. FLYERS TV SCHEDULE

11:00 AM: Caps Pregame Live (LIVE)

12:00 PM: Capitals vs. Bruins (LIVE)

2:30 PM: Caps Postgame Live (LIVE)

CAPITALS vs. BRUINS WHAT TO WATCH 

While this postseason bubble format has been a joy to consume after four months without any hockey, it isn't anything that should be continued. That's what the winless Capitals should be thinking, that is, of course, unless the Caps make another far postseason run. 

As the last contest that won't result in a step closer to going home if the Caps lose, Washington's possible opponents have become clearer. Also, while long-time rivals Pittsburgh got eliminated from the postseason, they somehow have a chance at the top overall pick in the NHL draft. 

 

Look out for an intense Caps squad to come out playoff-ready against these Bruins. 

CAPITALS vs. BRUINS PLAYERS TO WATCH 

Evgeny Kuznetsov (63 games, 19 goals, 33 assists, 52 points): Kuznetsov was benched in the third period against the Flyers, so the Capitals will need a reinvigorated Kuzy to get going against Boston's physical defense. When Kuznetsov is on top of his game, he's a joy to watch and his offensive quality will be needed Sunday. 

Patrice Bergeron (61 games, 31 goals, 25 assists, 56 points): Bergeron notched an assist in Boston's 3-2 loss against Tampa Bay, but the veteran 35-year-old center still has more in the tank and could be key to foiling Washington's final round-robin game. 

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