The Capitals lost both of games in their return from the bye week, but looked like they were starting to get back on track. They will look to get back into the win column on Wednesday against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Here is everything you need to know:
What: Washington Capitals vs. Philadelphia Flyers
Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
When: Wednesday, 8:00 p.m. ET.
How to Watch: Capitals at Flyers will be broadcast on NBCSN and available to live stream via NBC Sports.
When is the Capitals-Flyers game?
The Capitals (39-12-7) play the Philadelphia Flyers (28-24-7) Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.
What channel is the Capitals-Flyers game on?
The Capitals-Flyers game is broadcast on NBCSN. Caps GameTime will be on CSN at 7 p.m. to preview the game. For postgame coverage, tune in to CSN for Caps Extra following the game. (CSN channel Finder)
Where can I stream the Capitals-Flyers game?
What are the lines for the Capitals-Flyers game?
Based Tuesday's practice, here are the projected lines:
Alex Ovechkin - Nicklas Backstrom - T.J. Oshie
Marcus Johansson - Evgeny Kuznetsov - Justin Williams
Brett Connolly - Lars Eller - Zach Sanford
Daniel Winnik - Jay Beagle - Tom Wilson
Karl Alzner - John Carlson
Dmitry Orlov - Matt Niskanen
Brooks Orpik - Nate Schmidt
Braden Holtby starts with Philipp Grubauer as backup
Travis Boyd, Taylor Chorney
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BLACKSBURG, Va. – Seth Allen's 3-pointer with 3.8 seconds left to play carried Virginia Tech to a 71-70 victory over Clemson on Tuesday night.
Zach LeDay scored 19 points for the Hokies (19-8, 8-7 Atlantic Coast Conference), who also beat the Tigers by a point on Jan. 22. Virginia Tech won for the third time in four games and moved to 14-1 at home this season.
The loss was the latest in series of excruciating defeats for the Tigers (14-13, 4-11), who dropped their fifth game in their past six outings. Clemson is now 3-10 in games decided by six points or less.
Clemson's Marcquise Reed hit a baseline jumper with 21.6 seconds remaining to give the Tigers a 70-68 lead. Out of a timeout, Allen missed a layup with 10 seconds left, and LeDay got the rebound, but the ball was knocked out of his hands and went out of bounds off Clemson.
Virginia Tech then worked the ball to Allen, who buried a 3-pointer from the top of the key. Allen finished with eight points.
Reed led the Tigers with 18 points.
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