Boston Bruins vs Washington Capitals: NHL Live Stream, Schedule, Probable Lineups, Injury Report, April 11, 2023

The game between the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals will take place at TD Garden on Tuesday, April 11 at 7:00 PM ET.

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By Niranjan Shivalkar | Apr 11, 2023 | 4 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Boston Bruins                                                              

The Boston Bruins will welcome the Washington Capitals to TD Garden for an NHL game on Tuesday. The Boston Bruins won 3-5 in their last game over the Flyers. David Pastrnak posed with the puck he used to score his 60th goal of the season in front of the whiteboard in the locker room that had “63 WINS” written in blue marker. It’s not the Boston Bruins’ biggest goal, but they now own the NHL single-season wins record thanks to their best player putting on a show.

Pastrnak recorded a hat trick to reach 60 for the first time in his career, leading the Bruins to their 63rd victory of the season, 5-3 at the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday night. The win snapped a tie with the 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings and 2018-19 Tampa Bay Lightning. “It’s been a lot of fun, I’m not going to lie,” Pastrnak said after his fourth four-point game this season. “It’s been enjoyable, especially the group we have here. We obviously knew the stakes, and it’s definitely special to hit it in a game like this. Made history today in the biggest league in hockey.”

Hats rained down from the many Bruins fans in attendance after Pastrnak scored his third of the game early in the third period. The crowd chanted “We want the Cup!” in the final minutes, then showered players with cheers at the final horn. “It’s hard to win in this league and there’s a reason why this record is at 62 because not many teams can get there, so it’s a special honor,” said goaltender Jeremy Swayman, who made 34 saves. “These guys in this room are more than deserving.”

Washington Capitals

The Washington Capitals on the other hand won 5-2 against the Islanders in their last game. Shaking their heads in the aftermath of a baffling defeat to a team out of contention, New York Islanders players lacked the answers to explain the inexplicable. What captain Anders Lee called a “horrible” start led to two goals in 63 seconds and another before the end of the first period, and the Islanders couldn’t climb out of the hole they dug. 

The result was a 5-2 loss to the Washington Capitals on Monday night that deals a significant blow to their playoff chances, which they no longer control with one game left to play. “That is disappointing when you’re in a spot where you win a couple and you’re in,” veteran winger Zach Parise said. “Now we need help, so hopefully we get it.” Washington was in a giving mood, too, playing out the string after an eight-year playoff streak came to an end, but Darcy Kuemper repeatedly turned aside shots from point-blank range after some inexplicable turnovers. He allowed late goals to Hudson Fasching and Casey Cizikas in the final six minutes and finished with 38 saves.

“I thought their goalie played really well,” Cizikas said. “He made some big saves, and (Sorokin) did an unbelievable job of keeping that game in reach for us to at least give us a chance to maybe have a push or a comeback. Tough, though.”

Probable Lineup

Boston Bruins

David Pastrňák – Tyler Bertuzzi -Pavel Zacha

Connor Carrick – Connor Clifton – Charlie Coyle

Hampus Lindholm – Jakub Zboril – Brandon Carlo

Jake DeBrusk – Trent Frederic

A. J. Greer – Matt Grzelcyk 

Garnet Hathaway – Jakub Lauko 

Vinni Lettieri – Brad Marchand 

Tomáš Nosek 

Jeremy Swayman

Washington Capitals

Craig Smith – Dylan Strome – Tom Wilson 

Nicklas Bäckström – John Carlson – Martin Fehérváry 

Rasmus Sandin – Conor Sheary – Alexander Alexeyev 

Nicolas Aube-Kubel – Matt Irwin 

Nick Jensen – Darcy Kuemper 

Evgeny Kuznetsov – Beck Malenstyn 

Sonny Milano – Aliaksei Protas 

Joe Snively

Injury Report

Boston Bruins: Linus Ullmark, Dmitry Orlov, Charlie McAvoy, Taylor Hall, Patrice Bergeron, Nick Foligno, Derek Forbort, David Krejci

Washington Capitals: Anthony Mantha, Nic Dowd, Trevor van Riemsdyk, T.J. Oshie, Alex Ovechkin, Carl Hagelin, Connor Brown

Boston Bruins vs Washington Capitals Schedule

The game between the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals will take place at TD Garden on Tuesday, April 11 at 7:00 PM ET.

Where to watch the Boston Bruins vs Washington Capitals?

The match between the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals will be telecast live on NESN, NBC Sports Washington.

CountryChannelDate and Time
United StatesNESN, NBC Sports Washington.April 11 (7:00 PM ET)

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