CAPITALS VS. BLUE JACKETS HOW TO WATCH What: Washington Capitals vs. Columbus Blue Jackets When: Thursday, March 17, 2022, at 7:00 p. m. ET Where: Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH TV Channel: Capitals vs. Blue Jackets will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (NBC Sports channel finder) Live Stream: You can live stream Capitals vs. Blue Jackets on NBC Sports Washington's live stream page and the MyTeams app.
CAPITALS VS. BLUE JACKETS TV SCHEDULE 6:30 p. m. Capitals Pregame Live (LIVE) 7:00 p. m. Capitals vs. Blue Jackets (LIVE) 9:30 p. m. Capitals Postgame Live (LIVE) CAPITALS VS. BLUE JACKETS WHAT TO WATCH From NBC Sports Washington's J. J. Regan Alex Ovechkin has reached a lot of milestones over the course of his career, but some matter more to him than others. On Tuesday when he scored goal No. 767 to move into third on the NHL's all-time goal list and become the all-time leading European scorer, it was clear that this milestone meant just a little bit more to the Great 8...
How to watch Capitals vs. Blue JacketsCapitals How to watch Capitals vs. Blue Jackets Capitals If you watched the Washington Capitals take on the New York Islanders on Tuesday night: first of all, congratulations! Second of all, you can go ahead and catch your breath now. Seemingly every big storyline came to fruition at Capital One arena on Tuesday. Alex Ovechkin passed Jaromir Jagr to move into third place all-time on the NHL goals list with tally No. 767.
New York Islanders vs. Columbus Blue Jackets: Great chance to get back on top [Game 16]The New York Islanders aim to restart their winning ways as the Columbus Blue Jackets visit Elmont. As Steve mentioned in the morning post, Columbus comes limping in, ripe for a tank job. They’re coming off a win over the Flyers and former coach John Tortorella, but their latest and most sizeable blow came in a season-ending injury to Zach Werensky.
New York Islanders vs. Columbus Blue Jackets: Great chance to get back on top [Game 16]The New York Islanders aim to restart their winning ways as the Columbus Blue Jackets visit Elmont. As Steve mentioned in the morning post, Columbus comes limping in, ripe for a tank job. They’re coming off a win over the Flyers and former coach John Tortorella, but their latest and most sizeable blow came in a season-ending injury to Zach Werensky. As the Cannon chronicles it: In addition to Werenski’s injury, Nick Blankenburg suffered a broken ankle (and played through it), which has him sidelined for 6-8 weeks.
Erik Gudbranson suffered an upper body injury and is day-to-day. As a result, three defensemen were called up from Cleveland: Gavin Bayreuther, Jake Christiansen, and Marcus Bjork. It’s not just the defense that is short-handed; Sean Kuraly and Jake Voracek remain out. Kent Johnson could be a game time decision. So... pencil in a loss for the Isles, who followed up inspiring comeback wins over the Flames and Rangers with a frustrating loss to the Coyotes on Thursday.
Read more. From NBC Sports Washington's Andrew Gillis: The Capitals re-signed forward Joe Snively on Wednesday to a two-year, $1. 6 million deal that will keep him in Washington through the end of the 2023-24 season, the team announced. Snively, a Herndon, Va. native, became the first player in Capitals history from Virginia to play for the team. He grew up in the area and played in the “Little Caps” program in Arlington, Va... Read more. CAPITALS VS. BLUE JACKETS PLAYERS TO WATCH Alex Ovechkin, LW, Capitals (59 games, 37 goals, 35 assists): Of course the league's third-highest goal scorer of all time has to be the player to watch for a big division matchup.