How to watch Washington Capitals vs. Los Angeles Kings

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How to watch Capitals vs. Kings originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

The Capitals kicked off a four-game West Coast swing Tuesday night, mounting a pair of comebacks against the Anaheim Ducks before falling in overtime 3-2. They won't be able to dwell on it for long, however, hitting the ice once again Wednesday in a date with the Los Angeles Kings.

Los Angeles (8-5-2) is fighting for a playoff spot in the Pacific Division. Both the Kings and Capitals (9-2-5) are coming off losses, putting pressure on each side to get back to its winning ways and avoid falling behind in its respective division races.

Here's everything you need to know before puck drop.

CAPITALS VS. KINGS HOW TO WATCH

What: Washington Capitals vs. Los Angeles Kings

Where: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California

When: Wednesday, November 17, 2021, at 10:30 p.m. ET

TV Channel: Capitals vs. Kings will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (NBC Sports channel finder)

Live Stream: You can live stream Capitals vs. Kings on NBC Sports Washington's live stream page and on the MyTeams app.

CAPITALS VS. KINGS TV SCHEDULE

10:00 p.m.: Capitals Pregame Live (LIVE)

10:30 p.m.: Capitals vs. Kings (LIVE)

1:00 a.m.: Capitals Postgame Live (LIVE)

CAPITALS VS. KINGS WHAT TO WATCH

From NBC Sports Washington's Andrew Gillis:

"Overtime hasn't been kind to the Capitals so far this season. They've gone to the extra frame in five of their 16 games so far this season, and have lost all of them. The Ducks earned the winner with a Zegras goal, his second of the night, at the 4:14 mark of the period." Read more.

From NBC Sports Washington's Matt Weyrich:

"Right winger T.J. Oshie and center Nic Dowd both traveled with the team to California ahead of its matchup with the Anaheim Ducks, head coach Peter Laviolette said...Though Laviolette doesn’t expect either player to suit up against the Ducks, their presence in Anaheim bodes well for their returns over the next week." Read more.

CAPITALS VS. KINGS PLAYERS TO WATCH

Tom Wilson, LW, Capitals (16 games, 5 goals, 9 assists): Wilson enters Wednesday's contest on a three-game point streak, which includes a goal in Washington's loss to the Ducks that forced overtime. After a slow start to the season, Wilson has started to heat up.

Jonathan Quick, G, Kings (8 starts, .935 SV%, 1.98 GAA): Quick is a spry 35 years old, coming off a stretch of seasons that saw him look like a shell of his former self. Yet the American goaltender is off to a fantastic start. He goes into Wednesday's game tied for sixth in the NHL in save percentage.