Top 3 impact Capitals to watch against Devils

It's another game day. And a must win. 5 division games left.

Charlie Lindgren, Washington Capitals
Charlie Lindgren, Washington Capitals / Sam Hodde/GettyImages

The Washington Capitals take on the New Jersey Devils tonight so let's get the basic viewing info out of the way now.

  • Date: 2/20/24
  • 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 Caps are underdogs after the Devils took care of business at MetLife Stadium on Saturday over the Flyers by 1.5 and +148 moneyline odds per Caesars. Devils are the favorites at -175 with an over/under of 6.5 goals.
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Alright let's determine who will make an impact in tonight's game:

Charlie Lindgren: This is a big get right game for the goalie as he's starting per Bailey Johnson of The Washington Post on X. She also said that Nicolas Aube-Kubel is the healthy scratch and Alex Alexeyev. So while Lindgren looked good against one of the best teams in the league in the Bruins with a 18 save shutout it's up to the defense to give him a better effort after he allowed four goals to another good team in the Avalanche.

Ethan Bear, Washington Capitals
Ethan Bear, Washington Capitals / Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Ethan Bear: Johnson also noted that Martin Fehervary is also injured and all Spencer Carbery said was "week to week but 1-2 week range." Heck sometimes you and me both wish we can be day to day. But anyway, look for Bear to step up on the blue line with Marty's absense. He absolutely has to.

T.J. Oshie: Get ready to sing Coutry Roads Take Me Home at the top of your lungs. Have a good feeling he might score after he scored his 300th career goal the other night. He's got two goals in four games which up's his goal total to 10. 190 career goals from Oshie came in Capitals red, white and blue as he was orginally drafted by St. Louis.