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Expected line of avalanche at Capitals – NHL Sports

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Washington Capitals coach Peter Laviolette said in a morning media session that goalkeeper Ilya Samsonov and forward Connor McMichael will make the first start of the season against Colorado Avalanche tonight. .. This is the expected line for tonight’s game.

Washington

forward
8-Ovechkin, 92-Kuznetsov, 43-Wilson
39-Mansa, 20-Error, 10-Sprong
73-Cialie, 24-McMichael, 77-Ossy
62-Hagerin, 26-Daud, 21-Hathaway

defense
42-Fehervary, 74-Carlson
9-Orlov, 3-Jensen
57-Van Reamsdik, 2-Schultz

Goalkeeper
30-Samsonov
41-Vanesek

extra
29-Lapierre
38-Chorovsky
52-Irwin

Injured
19-Backstrom (hips, weekly)

Colorado

forward
95-Brakovsky, 29-McKinnon, 96-Lantanen
75-Lanta, 91-Kadori, 37-Confer
43-Helm, 17-Yost, 25-O’Connor
11-Marzev, 61-Cout

defense
49-Girard, 8-Makar
4-Byram, 6-E.Johnson
28-Malay, 3-J.Johnson
56-MacDermid

Goalkeeper
35-Kumper
31-Johanson

extra
12-Megna

Injured
7-Toe (shoulder)
13-Nichushkin (upper body)
22-Mato (lower body)
39-Fran sauce (ankle)
92-Randescog (suspension)

Note:

COL: Randes Cog will play in the final of the two suspensions. McKinnon will make his regular season debut from 2021 to 22 after a negative COVID-19 test on Tuesday. He tested positive for the virus on October 12.

WSH: McMichael will replace the lineup of Lapierre. Samsonov will play the first game of the season after Vanesek starts the first two games.

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