Announcements of NHL 2022 First Round List & Publications

The National Hockey League has announced today the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs First Round and will broadcast more between the Washington Capitals and the Florida Panthers, which kicks off on Tuesday, May 3 at 7:30 pm at the FLA Live Arena. All the first matches will be shown on NBC Sports Washington and shown on the MyTeams app.

Washington will host Game 3, Game 4 and if necessary, Game 6 in the Eastern Conference First Round.

The following is a complete list of Capitals radio video for the Washington / Baltimore 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 1 against the Florida Panthers:

Game 1 – Tuesday, May 3rd – 7:30 pm – Washington to Florida – NBCSW, ESPN2

Game 2 – Thursday, May 5th – 7:30 pm – Washington to Florida – NBCSW, TBS

Game 3 – Saturday, May 7th – 1:00 pm – Florida to Washington – NBCSW, ESPN

Game 4 – Monday, May 9th – 7:00 pm – Florida to Washington – NBCSW, TBS

* Section 5 – Wednesday, May 11 – TBD – Washington to Florida – NBCSW

* Section 6 – Friday, May 13th – TBD – Florida to Washington – NBCSW

* Section 7 – Sunday, May 15th – TBD – Washington to Florida – NBCSW

* If Needed

Minimum single-match tickets for all possible home games for the First Round of the Capitals 2022 Playoffs provided by Boeing are available via. Ticketmaster.com/Caps. Capitals fans are encouraged to sell their tickets directly from the club. Only tickets purchased through the team are guaranteed to be valid. Fans can purchase their tickets through any Ticketmaster trading method and through the NHL Ticket Exchange. NHL Ticket Exchange is the only guaranteed second-way ticket seller, and all tickets purchased on the NHL Ticket Exchange are guaranteed by Ticketmaster. For more information on Capitals tickets call 202-266-CAPS or click WashingtonCaps.com/Tickets.

Live show broadcasts will also be led by Emmy Award winner Joe Beninati and actor Craig Laughlin. NBC Sports Washington will cover all the final games with the latest programs of Capitals Pregame Live and Capitals Postgame Live. The show will provide articles, analysis and reviews for an hour before and after the game. The exhibition will be led by Alexa Landestoy and reviewed by Alan May, Beninati and Laughlin supporting the publication. Brent Johnson and Al Koken will be seen frequently in pre-season games as well as in pre-season games. NBC Sports Washington’s live coverage of Capitals, including game shows, will continue to be available for certified subscribers to play on the MyTeams app and NBCSportsWashington.com.

All of the Capitals playoffs will be aired on 106.7 The Fan and on the 24-hour radio program, Caps Radio 24/7, presented exclusively in Capitals by drama and drama presenter John Walton and former Capital and expert Ken Sabourin calling this. In addition to broadcasting the entire game, Caps Radio 24/7 will continue to provide live coverage and access to Capitals, as well as live audio audio, as well as hockey content related to the Capitals playoff throughout the day. This option is available via the Caps Mobile App by tapping the “Caps Radio 24/7” button at the bottom of the window, via WashingtonCaps.com/Radio and via TuneIn radio, a free program that helps people find and listen to music, games, news and stories online.

The Capitals (Wild Card 2) will face the Panthers in Game 1 in their first playoff meeting. Running the Capitals eight consecutive times – the second longest in the history of the franchise behind 14 straight from 1983 to 1996 – incorporates the Stanley Cup win in 2018 and is the second longest run. With a history of 44-26-12, the Caps reached 100-point for the sixth time in the last eight seasons. Washington is the only team in the NHL to score 100 points six times in a row.

captain Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstromamong them with a Capitals record of playoff goals, sponsors, points and games played, is expected to expand their shared benchmark for many years in the postseason to 14. The Washington list includes 13 Stanley Cup professionals, including nine he won with them. them in 2018: Backstrom, Ovechkin, John Carlson, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Lars Eller, Michael Kempny, Dmitry Orlov, TJ Oshi and Tom Wilson.

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