#5711 Buffalo
#5712 Washington

Friday January 22, 2021
at 7:00pm EST

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The Capitals have lost their last two games but look to repeat the start of the season where they beat the Sabres twice. The Sabres are off to a 1-3 start and they were shut out in their last game. They have really been up and down on both sides the ice, as in two games they scored 10 goals while in the other two they only scored one. Buffalo lost the first two games of the season to the Caps where they were outscored 8-5. After beating the Sabres in the first two games the Caps lost their last... Read more



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With three defeats in their first four outings of the 2020-21 campaign, the Buffalo Sabres (8th in East Division) travel to the nation’s capital, with the local Washington Capitals (2nd in the East) starting a six-game homestand following two road defeats in Pittsburgh. Sabres Get Blanked In PhillyThe Buffalo Sabres (1-3-0) failed to notch back-to-back victories against the Flyers after following up Monday’s 6-1 triumph in Philadelphia with a 3-0 defeat at Wells Fargo Center the following evenin... Read more



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Capitals vs. Sabres Odds Sabres Odds -130 Capitals Odds +110 Over/Under 5.5 Time 7 p.m. ET TV NHL.tv Odds as of Thursday evening and via BetMGM. Read more



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Washington Capitals (2-0-2) vs Buffalo Sabres (1-3) Game Info: Friday, January 22, 2021 at 7:00 pm (Capital One Arena) Betting Odds: Washington Capitals -167 / Buffalo Sabres +135 --- Over/Under: 7.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds Where to Watch: MSGB, NSW+ Stream live sports and exclusive originals on ESPN+. Sign up now! The Buffalo Sabres and Washington Capitals meet Friday in NHL action at the Capital One Arena. The Buffalo Sabres need a win here to rebound from a rough 1-3 record. The Buffal... Read more



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The Washington Capitals might be without their full complement of players, including their biggest star, when they're scheduled to open a six-game homestand Friday night against the Buffalo Sabres. Three-time MVP Alex Ovechkin was one of four Capitals placed on the NHL's COVID-19 list Wednesday and the team was fined $100,000 by the league for violating coronavirus protocols, including a gathering in a hotel room during their season-opening, four-game trip. Forward Evgeny Kuznetsov, defenseman D... Read more