Rangers vs. Capitals Game #4 TV, time, streaming, injuries, more

Down 3-0, the Capitals can either extend their season or bow out tonight
John Carlson, Washington Capitals
John Carlson, Washington Capitals / Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Tonight the Washington Capitals will face a 3-0 series hole when they take the ice at Captial One Arena. They'll be looking to avoid being swept for the first time since 2011.

TV: Monumental, TBS, truTV, and MAX

Time: 8 p.m.

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Injuries: On X, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reported that Rasmus Sandin was practicing at the optional morning skate in a red jersey. Gulitti notes that defenseman that work the power play often wear red for the AM skate. Bailey Johnson of The Washington Post added that Sandin was running the second power play unit this morning. Charlie Lindgren was the first goalie off the ice so he gets the nod.

Sandin told Johnson that he is good to go for the game tonight. She also noted that it appears that the Caps are not only getting Rasmus Sandin back but Nick Jensen back as well. The Caps don't want them back. They NEED them back. Especially after they lost Trevor van Riemsdyk Friday on that hit from Matt Rempe.

More: Per the game notes, Washington went the entire season without losing four straight regulation games. All time in Game 4's they are 24-23 and 11-8 in Game 4s at home. The Caps have faced a 3-0 series deficit six times in franchise history and has won Game 4 in three of those situations to extend the series. Most recently in the 2020 bubble against the Islanders.

Carbery hinted that Jensen and Sandin are good to go in his post practice press confererence. That's all we know we'll know more at warmups. But they're needed.