Washington vs Carolina

NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Game 6: Washington Capitals vs Carolina Hurricanes Live Stream This stream page will show the live NHL game between Capitals and Hurricanes. The HD stream can be watched on your PC, mobile or tablet completely free, and is available to view around one hour before game time. We make it easy for you to see every play and every game and always in such great quality.

After capturing a dominant 6-0 victory over Carolina in a crucial Game 5 Saturday, the Washington Capitals seem to be getting back on track after dropping Games 3 and 4.

Washington now holds a 3-2 series lead and the chance to eliminate the Hurricanes in Game 6 on Monday. However, it’ll be difficult to manage as they head back to PNC Arena, where they have yet to capture a victory this postseason.

Here’s everything you need to know about Game 6. The puck drops at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Washington.

The Washington Capitals’ preseason continues Friday night as they take on the Carolina Hurricanes for the second time; this time in their arena. They hope to carry out a win with the hometown advantage.

The Caps shutout the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday and are looking to build momentum into the regular season, starting October 3, where they will raise their championship banner.

With John Carlson’s return and this being one of the last two games of the preseason, the Stanley Cup champions are feeling good going into this next game.

Hurricanes vs Capitals game 6

NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Game 6: Washington Capitals vs Carolina Hurricanes Live Stream This stream page will show the live NHL game between Capitals and Hurricanes. The HD stream can be watched on your PC, mobile or tablet completely free, and is available to view around one hour before game time. We make it easy for you to see every play and every game and always in such great quality.

After capturing a dominant 6-0 victory over Carolina in a crucial Game 5 Saturday, the Washington Capitals seem to be getting back on track after dropping Games 3 and 4.

Washington now holds a 3-2 series lead and the chance to eliminate the Hurricanes in Game 6 on Monday. However, it’ll be difficult to manage as they head back to PNC Arena, where they have yet to capture a victory this postseason.

Here’s everything you need to know about Game 6. The puck drops at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Washington.

The Washington Capitals’ preseason continues Friday night as they take on the Carolina Hurricanes for the second time; this time in their arena. They hope to carry out a win with the hometown advantage.

The Caps shutout the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday and are looking to build momentum into the regular season, starting October 3, where they will raise their championship banner.

With John Carlson’s return and this being one of the last two games of the preseason, the Stanley Cup champions are feeling good going into this next game.

Capitals vs Hurricanes

NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Game 6: Washington Capitals vs Carolina Hurricanes Live Stream   This stream page will show the live NHL  game between Capitals and Hurricanes. The HD stream can be watched on your PC, mobile or tablet completely free, and is available to view around one hour before game time. We make it easy for you to see every play and every game and always in such great quality.

After capturing a dominant 6-0 victory over Carolina in a crucial Game 5 Saturday, the Washington Capitals seem to be getting back on track after dropping Games 3 and 4.

Washington now holds a 3-2 series lead and the chance to eliminate the Hurricanes in Game 6 on Monday. However, it’ll be difficult to manage as they head back to PNC Arena, where they have yet to capture a victory this postseason.

Here’s everything you need to know about Game 6. The puck drops at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Washington.

The Washington Capitals’ preseason continues Friday night as they take on the Carolina Hurricanes for the second time; this time in their arena. They hope to carry out a win with the hometown advantage.

The Caps shutout the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday and are looking to build momentum into the regular season, starting October 3, where they will raise their championship banner.

With John Carlson’s return and this being one of the last two games of the preseason, the Stanley Cup champions are feeling good going into this next game.