Preseason schedule will feature six games against three opponents and will include three games at Capital One Arena
News Release, Washington Capitals
The Washington Capitals have released their 2019-20 preseason schedule, senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today. The schedule will feature six games against three opponents and will include three games at Capital One Arena.
The Capitals will open their preseason schedule against the Chicago Blackhawks on Sept. 16 at Capital One Arena, which will start a three game preseason homestand through Sept. 21. Washington will then face Chicago at United Center on Sept. 25, followed by a visit to the St. Louis Blues on Sept. 27. The Capitals will then travel to face the Carolina Hurricanes on Sept. 29 to conclude their preseason.
The Capitals were 2-3-2 in the preseason in 2018-19 and their all-time preseason record is 165-127-33-16.
The full preseason broadcast schedule and the complete 2019-20 NHL regular season schedule will be released at a later date.
The complete preseason schedule is listed below:
|Mon., Sept. 16||vs. Chicago||Capital One Arena||7:00 PM|
|Wed., Sept. 18||vs. St. Louis||Capital One Arena||7:00 PM|
|Sat., Sept. 21||vs. Carolina||Capital One Arena||7:00 PM|
|Wed., Sept. 25||at Chicago||United Center||8:30 PM|
|Fri., Sept. 27||at St. Louis||Enterprise Center||8:00 PM|
|Fri., Sept. 29||at Carolina||PNC Arena||1:30 PM|
All Times Eastern
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