Capitals Make Line Changes Again Ahead Of Game vs. Kings


Goaltender Pheonix Copley will start in net when the Washington Capitals host the Los Angeles Kings tonight, meaning that Braden Holtby will start at the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday, when the team begins a season-long six-game road trip. More news from Monday’s morning skate can be found below: 

The Capitals made a lot of line changes prior to their game against the Kings, including swapping forward Dmitrij Jaskin out for forward Chandler Stephenson.

Capitals Lines vs. Kings

Forward Devante Smith-Pelly will draw into the lineup in favor of Travis Boyd.

Kings Lines at Capitals

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2 Responses to Capitals Make Line Changes Again Ahead Of Game vs. Kings

  1. DayOne Caps Fanatic says:

    Caps need to make line changes behind the bench. Joel Quenneville is available!

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