NY Rangers vs. Washington Capitals Game #3 TV, time, streaming, injuries, more

The series shifts to Capital One Arena beginning tonight
Hendrix Lapierre, Washington Capitals
Hendrix Lapierre, Washington Capitals / Amber Searls-USA TODAY Sports

The Washington Capitals and New York Rangers square off for Game 3 tonight from Chinatown. If you're going to the game, get there early and bring the noise. If you aren't going to the game, here's how to watch.

TV: Monumental Sports Network, TNT, truTV, MAX

Time: The puck drops at 7 p.m. You can also hear the game on 106.7 The Fan and Caps Radio 24/7

Streaming: fuboTV has live NHL games which you can stream from your phone, television, and all your favorite devices. This is a service that broadcasts live TV over the internet, no cable is required. Watch your favorite teams, network shows, news, and movies on 100+ channels. Plus on-demand entertainment including full TV series. fuboTV is currently available in the United States, Canada, and Spain.

Injuries: Rasmus Sandin and Nick Jensen skated at Thursday's practice in light blue non contact jerseys. The Capitals have an optional skate at 10:30 a.m. today from MedStar Capitals Iceplex. From practice Steve Whyno of the AP reported that Ivan Miroshnichenko COULD be making his playoff debut tonight. He was quoted saying, "I don' know but I am ready."

More: The Capitals finished their regular season home record at Capital One Arena with a 22-12-7 record including a 9-3-2 record in their last 14 home games. That's good for a .714 points percentage.

Per Natural Stat Trick, Caps outshot the Rangers 20-16 at five on five in Game 2 and held a 20-11 edge in scoring chances and a 7-3 advantage in high danger scoring chances. The Caps also finished with 5:08 of even strength offensive zone possession time, compared to New York's 3:25 per Sportlogiq. The Capitals have controlled the puck possession for 38:58 of game time at all strengths through the first two games of the series, the highest total among playoff teams that played two games, per the Caps.

The Caps will likely be very secretative of what their lineup could look like being down two games to zilch in the series. Spencer Carbery will talk soon.