Florida Panthers vs. Washington Capitals: Lineups, Injuries, Livestream, TV

Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) /

The Washington Capitals and Florida Panthers series shifts to D.C. this afternoon for Game 3. The series is square at 1-1 as each game showed what could go right for the Capitals and what could go wrong.

The Caps sent Zach Fucale to Hershey while recalling Hunter Sheppard from the Bears. Head Coach Peter Laviolette met with the media before the game and said that Ilya Samsonov will make the start today in goal for Game 3 after making all 17 saves in relief in the third period of Game 2.

As far as lineups go, Laviolette said his usual “working through some things in the room” so let’s look at what the lineups were for both teams in Game 2. Tom Wilson remains out as he’s day to day with a lower body injury.

Can the Capitals shock the Panthers behind their home crowd and go up in the best of seven series. Here’s how to find out:

Date: 5/7/22
Time: 1 p.m.
Where: Capital One Arena
What Channel Is The Capitals Game On: NBC Sports Washington and ESPN
Radio: 106.7 The Fan and Caps Radio 24/7
Betting Odds: The Panthers vs. Capitals betting odds on WynnBET have the Capitals as +1.5 point underdogs at home. The moneyline has the Caps at +185 and the Panthers at -165. The over/under for today’s game is 6.5.
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