NHL: Capitals vs Sharks Prediction, Odds, and Picks (Mar 4)
- Washington Capitals have gone 3-7-0 over their last ten games
- San Jose Sharks have lost their last four in the NHL
The Washington Capitals will be on the road on Saturday, as they bid to get back on track. They will be favored in the betting against the San Jose Sharks, who have lost their previous four.
The Capitals will be looking to pick up a second straight win in the NHL when they travel to San Jose this weekend. Meanwhile, the Sharks will be hoping to avoid suffering a fifth straight loss.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday, March 4, 2023, at 6:00 p.m ET
- Where: SAP Center, San Jose
- How To Watch: NHL TV
The Washington Capitals will be on the road this weekend, as they look to keep their chances of finishing in the Eastern Conference playoff places alive. At present, they sit 12th in the standings, but they are just four points off the top eight.
They have been in decent form on the road throughout this season, as they have gone 15-14-3 away from Washington. However, over their last ten, they have suffered seven regulation defeats. They appeared to bounce back to form in their latest game, as they recorded a road victory against the Anaheim Ducks.
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Meanwhile, the San Jose Sharks already appear to be set to miss out on a playoff spot in the Western Conference this term. They come into this game on Saturday sitting 14th in the overall standings, and they are averaging just .387 in the NHL this term.
The Sharks have lost their previous four, and have also been beaten on seven occasions in regulation over their last ten. Over the same period, they have recorded just two wins. Meanwhile, they have struggled at home throughout this season, going just 6-17-8 at SAP Center.
The Sharks may have picked up wins in each of their last two against the Capitals, but we expect the visitors to land victory this weekend. They have been more consistent over recent weeks, and we expect them to build on their recent win against the Ducks.