How to watch Washington Capitals vs. San Jose Sharks

How to watch Washington Capitals vs. San Jose Sharks

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

The Capitals (10-2-5) continue their west-coast swing Saturday by paying a visit to the San Jose Sharks (8-6-1). Winners of five of their last six games, Washington has two more road games before returning home to play Montreal. 

The Sharks will be their first matchup of a weekend back-to-back, with the Kraken on the back end of it on Sunday night. San Jose have dropped four of their last six games and sit in sixth in the Pacific division out West. The Caps currently sit in first place in the Metropolitan. 

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

CAPITALS VS. SHARKS HOW TO WATCH

What: Washington Capitals vs. San Jose Sharks

Where: SAP Center, San Jose, California

When: Saturday, November 20, 2021, at 10:30 p.m. ET

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

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

CAPITALS VS. SHARKS TV SCHEDULE

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

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

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

CAPITALS VS. SHARKS WHAT TO WATCH

From NBC Sports Washington’s Andrew Gillis:

Garnet Hathaway now has five goals on the season, all of which have come in the last four games. He’s now more than halfway to his goal total from all of last season (six). He’s also got six points in his last five games… Read more.

From NBC Sports Washington’s Andrew Gillis:

Ilya Samsonov got the first of what figures to be two starts on the west coast swing Wednesday night, his fifth of the season. With another back-to-back scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, it’s expected he and Vitek Vanecek will each get one more game before the team returns home next week.… Read more.

CAPITALS VS. SHARKS PLAYERS TO WATCH

Tom Wilson, LW, Capitals (17 games, 5 goals, 9 assists): Wilson’s three-game point streak came to an end Wednesday against the Kings, but the left-winger continues to play well for an injured Caps team on multiple line combinations. After a slow start to the season, Wilson has started to heat up.

Erik Karlsson, D, Sharks (9 games, 3 goals, 5 assists): Karlsson just returned from a stint in COVID-19 protocols on Tuesday and immediately made his mark for San Jose by scoring a goal on a rocket slap shot past Minnesota’s goalie.