Washington Capitals


You see it all the time in hockey. When one team makes a big play on one end, it turns into a big play at the other.


The Capitals (38-9-4, 80 points) will go for their fourth straight victory tonight when they visit the Nashville Predators (25-20-8, 58 points) at Bridgestone Arena (7:30 p.m. pregame, CSN).


From the looks of Tuesday’s morning skate in Nashville, Marcus Johansson could be back in the lineup when the Capitals visit the Predators at Bridgestone Arena (8 p.m., CSN).


Braden Holtby isn't just a Vezina Award trophy frontrunner; the Caps' star goalie is also apparently one of the foremost authorities on some of hockey's most important questions.