Are you ready to watch some Capitals hockey?

Are you ready to watch some Capitals hockey?
September 8, 2012, 3:11 pm
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Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, the regions leading source for multiplatform sports coverage, and the Washington Capitals have announced the teams 70-game regional television schedule for the 2012-13 NHL regular season. The networks coverage of the Capitals this season also features the return of its comprehensive pregame and postgame shows with Capitals Central and Capitals Postgame Live.Through Comcast SportsNet, NBC Sports Network and NBC, the Capitals entire 82-game regular-season schedule will be televised throughout the region by the NBC Sports Group. As previously announced, NBC Sports Network will air up to 11 games exclusively, with one game scheduled for NBC Feb. 3 vs. Los Angeles. As part of its flex scheduling, NBC has the option to select one of three late season games currently scheduled for NBC Sports Network.Comcast SportsNets live coverage of the Capitals this season begins with the teams opener on Oct. 12 against New Jersey 7 p.m. The networks game coverage will be led by seven-time Emmy Award-winning play-by-play announcer Joe Beninati, veteran analyst Craig Laughlin and longtime rink-side reporter Al Koken, who are entering their 16th consecutive season together.Capitals Central and Capitals Postgame Live return this season to provide extended coverage surrounding games on Comcast SportsNet. Alan May will again serve as analyst for the half-hour pregame and postgame shows, with Koken (road games) and Rob Carlin (home games) alternating as hosts. Beninati and Laughlin will contribute to the coverage from the arena, with Jill Sorenson, the networks Capitals TV beat reporter, and Capitals Insider Chuck Gormley providing reports.Expanded Capitals coverage will also be featured on the networks news and entertainment programs, including Geico SportsNet Central and SportsTalk Live, and across its digital platforms, highlighted by CSNwashington.com.Comcast SportsNets coverage of the upcoming Capitals season includes 64 games on Comcast SportsNet and six games scheduled on Comcast SportsNet Plus. The networks entire 70-game Capitals schedule will be available in HD to all cable and satellite providers throughout the region. For information regarding Comcast SportsNet Plus HD carriage and channel location, check with your provider or go to CSNwashington.com or CSNbaltimore.com for information.

Click here for the complete 2012-13 CSN Capitals TV schedule.

Click here for the composite 2012-13 Capitals TV schedule.