The Capitals will play the Carolina Hurricanes at 4 p.m. on July 29 in each team’s lone exhibition game before beginning the 2020 postseason, the league announced Tuesday.
The exhibition game will be played in the hub city of Toronto. Teams are scheduled to travel to their hub cities on July 26. Each of the 24 teams in the postseason will play one exhibition game before the postseason officially begins on Aug 1.
As the final seeding for the top-four seeds is not yet set, the Caps and Hurricanes could see each other again soon. It is possible for these two teams to play in the first round of the playoffs depending on where Washington finishes in the round robin and if Carolina defeats the New York Rangers in a best-of-five series in the qualifying round.
Here is the full exhibition schedule:
The broadcast information has not yet been announced.
In addition, the NHL has also set the start time for Washington’s first round robin game. The Caps will play the Tampa Bay Lightning on Aug. 3 at 4 p.m. The start times for Washington’s remaining two games have not yet been set.
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Source: Yahoo Sports