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Capitals at Maple Leafs

How to Watch Capitals at Maple Leafs: Live Stream NHL, TV Channel, Start Time

The Washington Capitals’ quest to win another Stanley Cup is officially underway. The journey started off on the wrong note Wednesday night, as the Caps walked away with a loss in the first game of the regular season against the visiting Boston Bruins 5-2.T

Now, though, the Caps have less than 24 hours to prepare themselves to take on one of the most daunting teams in the NHL: the Toronto Maple Leafs. Complete with one of the best goal scorers in the league, Auston Matthews, Toronto have their sights set on Lord Stanley in 2023 as well.

Here’s how you can watch the Capitals take on the Maple Leafs:

CAPITALS VS. MAPLE LEAFS HOW TO WATCH

What: Washington Capitals at Toronto Maple Leafs

Where: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario

When: Thursday, October 13th, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. ET

TV Channel: Capitals at Maple Leafs will be be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington.

Live Stream: fuboTV (Watch for free)

Tickets: Tickets as low as $74

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CAPITALS VS. MAPLE LEAFS TV SCHEDULE

6:30 PM: Capitals Pregame Live

7:30 PM: Capitals at Maple Leafs (LIVE)

10:00 PM: Capitals Postgame Live

CAPITALS VS. MAPLE LEAFS WHAT TO WATCH

From NBC Sports Washington’s Bijan Todd:

“In the effort, Washington went 0-for-4 on the power play. Worse still, the Caps only mustered seven shots on goal in eight complete penalty minutes during the loss. Their third power play of the night, a minor slashing call on Taylor Hall in the second period, was the least effective of the bunch as Washington didn’t register a shot of any kind, on goal or otherwise.

From NBC Sports Washington’s Matt Weyrich:

Kuemper made his debut for Washington in its season opener against the Boston Bruins on Wednesday, stopping 25 of 29 shots for an .862 save percentage as he picked up the loss in the 5-2 decision that included an empty netter. Though the stat line was unimpressive, head coach Peter Laviolette felt the defensemen in front of Kuemper were more at fault for the high score total.

CAPITALS VS. MAPLE LEAFS PLAYERS TO WATCH

Capitals: Alex Ovechkin, LW (50 goals, 40 assists in 77 games in 2021-22): Ovechkin’s durability has been given special and very deserved attention, as the Great 8 recently set the NHL record for most goals in a season scored by a player age 36 or older. Can the Maple Leafs contain him?

Maple Leafs: Auston Matthews, C (60 goals, 46 assists in 73 games in 2021-22): Matthews won the Hart Trophy as the league’s most valuable player after putting up a 60-goal campaign last season. Can Washington’s defensive pairings and goaltender Darcy Kuemper keep him at bay?

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