Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Washington Capitals: Date, Time, Betting Odds, Streaming, More

The Washington Capials look to head into the Christmas holiday break with their fourth win in a row. Here's how to watch and bet on the game

Nic Dowd, Washington Capitals
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Tonight the Washington Capitals go for their fourth win in a row when they host the Tampa Bay Lightning. Both teams are in the middle of the pack in their division standings. The Bolts have 37 points with a 16-13-5 record for fourth place in the Atlantic Division.

The Capitals sit at fourth in the Metropolitan with a 17-9-4 record and 38 points. With expectations not high entering the season, they're in a much better spot than people anticiapted and as Caps fans we'll take that for an early Christmas present.

The Caps occupy the first wild card spot in the east while the Bolts are just on the outside looking in at third just a point behind both the Caps and second place Carolina Hurricanes.

Date: 12/23/23

Time: 7 p.m.

Where: Capital One Arena

What Channel Is Capitals Game On: Monumental Sports Network

Radio: 106.7 The Fan and Caps Radio 24/7

Betting Odds: The Lightning vs. Capitals betting odds on FanDuel have the Lightning as 1.5 point favorites on the road. The Lightning have -144 moneyline odds, while the Capitals are the underdog at +120. The total for the game is set at an over/under of 6.5 points.

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Connor McMichael should be back in action as he was at morning skate, per Tarik El-Bashir of Monumental Sports Network. He missed the last two games with an illness. Darcy Kuemper was not on the ice this morning as it was a maintenance day. Expect Charlie Lindgren to suit up in goal with Kuemper backing up.