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The Anaheim Ducks and the Washington Capitals have both won two straight heading into their Tuesday night matchup, but one streak will be broken by the end of this one.

The Anaheim Ducks may have 17 fewer goals on the season than the Washington Capitals, but they come into Tuesday night’s matchup on a tear.

The Ducks have scored 10 goals in their last two games against the Chicago Blackhawks and Columbus Blue Jackets, with six and four, respectively. After a slow start to the year, Anaheim is getting hot at exactly the right time, going 6-1-1 in its last eight games.

The top line has led the way, with Rickard Rakell netting three points, center Ryan Getzlaf notching three assists and winger Corey Perry scoring two against the Blackhawks.

As for the Capitals, they made a 5-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in the NHL Stadium Series look easy on Saturday night, and showed why they’re in the top 10 in the league in goals scored per game. Five Capitals players found the net in that win, including Nicklas Backstrom, Jakub Vrana, John Carlson, Alex Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov.

Here is everything you need to know how to watch tonight’s game between the Ducks and the Capitals.

Anaheim Ducks vs. Washington Capitals

Date: Tuesday, Mar. 6

Location: Honda Center, Anaheim

Time: 10:00 p.m. ET


Live Stream: Fubo.TV

Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has hit 40 goals on the season and is eyeing 50. He could hit a historic career milestone tonight at Honda Center: With two more goals, Ovechkin nets 600 total.

The last time these two teams met, on Dec. 16 in Washington, Ovechkin sealed the Capitals’ win in overtime.

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The Capitals, who sit in first place in the East’s Metro Division, are almost guaranteed to clinch one of the division’s three playoff berths, while the Ducks have only a narrow one-point lead over the No. 4 Los Angeles Kings in the Pacific Division in the West.

A win tonight would make the Ducks only the second team in the Pacific to amass 80-plus points on the season, though it’s unlikely anyone will catch the Vegas Golden Knights (89 points).