When the Capitals play the Bruins it is always a must-see contest.
Two of the biggest hitters in the league have quite the history against each other in Brad Marchand and Tom Wilson. Expect more of the same when they meat again on Saturday night.
The Caps will be without Nic Dowd and Carl Hagelin, calling up defenseman Tyler Lewington in their place.
The Caps have not lost in regulation since Oct. 14. and it is now Nov. 15 and Washington has gone a full month without suffering a single regulation loss. The Caps have points in 13 straight games and have won 11 of their last 13.
Here is everything you need to know about the Saturday nights game, which takes place at 7:00 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Washington.
CAPITALS vs. BRUINS HOW TO WATCH:
What: Washington Capitals at Boston Bruins, Game 22 of the 2018-19 NHL Regular Season
Where: TD Garden, Boston, MA
When: 7:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: The Capitals at Bruins game will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (NBC Sports channel Finder)
Live Stream: You can live stream Capitals at Bruins on NBC Sports Washington's live stream page and on the NBC Sports App.
Radio: Caps 24/7 Radio, 106.7 The Fan FM
CAPITALS at BRUINS TV SCHEDULE:
6:00 PM: Caps Faceoff Live
6:30 PM: Caps Pregame Live
7:00 PM: Capitals at Bruins
9:30 PM: Caps Postgame Live
10:00 PM: Caps Overtime Live
10:00 PM: D.C. Sports Live
CAPITALS at BRUINS INJURY REPORT:
Capitals: LW Carl Hagelin, upper body, day-to-day
C Nic Dowd, upper body, day-to-do
Bruins: RW, Zach Senyshyn, lower body, day-to-day
D Trey Krug, upper body, day-to-day
RW Brett Ritchie, upper body, day-to-day
LW Jake DeBrusk, lower body, day-to-day
RW David Backes, upper body, day-to-day
C Karson Kuhlman, leg, day-to-day
D Kevan Miller, knee, day-to-day
D John Moore, shoulder, day-to-day
CAPITALS at BRUINS PLAYERS TO WATCH
John Carlson, D: No. 74 has been the best offensive defenseman in the NHL through the first month and a half of the season. He leads all defensemen with 30 points, with Carolina's Dougie Hamilton the next closest with 21.
T.J. Oshie, RW: After totaling 11 points in 14 games in October, Oshie has just three points in six games in November. Finding the back of the net will be tough for Oshie, as the Bruins allow just 2.39 goals per game, the NHL's fourth-best.
David Pastrnack, RW: Pastrnack has 31 points in 18 games; only Edmonton's Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl have more points in the NHL this season. The Bruins are on a four-game losing streak, and the winger has only one point over that span. Look for him to get back on track against the Capitals.
Brad Marchand, C: Marchand is neck-in-neck with his Pastrnack in points this season, as Marchand trails Pastrnack by just one. The duo will look to continue their early-season success in their first matchup with the Caps this season.
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