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With the playoffs nearing, the Capitals are ready to make a big jump in their playoff push.
Head coach Barry Trotz said Wednesday that they will make a change with their starting lineup.
“We’re going to start with our forwards, obviously,” Trotz told reporters.
“We have a couple of players that are starting to show that they’re going through a tough time and it’s a tough season.
So we’re going for a big change.
I think we’ll see some new faces up front, a couple guys that we’re excited about.
And then we’ll have to see what happens with our goaltending.
It doesn’t matter if we win or lose, I know we’re in this situation.
We’re in a tough spot right now.”
The Capitals will have three more weeks to rest their injured players and make a decision on the best lineup to use.
They will play the Los Angeles Kings on Friday night in their first preseason game.
“I think we have a pretty good group of guys who are ready,” Trots said.
“And I think the next step is going to be figuring out what is going on in our dressing room.
So that will be a little bit different.”
The Kings have won five of their last six games.
They are the only team in the Western Conference that has not won more than three games in a row.
“It’s pretty easy to make an argument that it’s the hardest team in their conference,” Trott said.
“That’s just a statement, though.
They’re a pretty tough team to play against, especially in the playoffs.
So I think everybody’s focused on the next game.”
The season opener is Wednesday night in Anaheim against the Anaheim Ducks.
The Kings won four straight games to win the Pacific Division and tie the Bruins for the best record in the West.
The Capitals are 6-1-1 this season when facing the Ducks.
They won five straight games in Anaheim last season to beat them twice.
The NHL announced Tuesday that the Capitals will play four home games this season.
The team will travel to Colorado for a road game Friday night against the Avalanche.
The last time the Capitals played a playoff game in Anaheim was the 2012 Stanley Cup final.
“This is something that I’m very proud of,” Troz said.