|Mike Green winds up on his game-winner Saturday.|
Tampa Bay coach Guy Boucher will start Dwayne Roloson in goal, the ageless wonder's second start this year. Rollie made 32 saves in his debut, a win over Carolina, and has a 1.00 GAA to go along with a .970 save percentage. The Lightning are led offensively by Martin St. Louis, who has two goals and an assist in their two games so far, but his entire line is lethal; mighty mite is set up with Steven Stamkos and Steve Downie. Boucher does not have any injuries to deal with this early in the season; his healthy scratches will be known later this morning.
Tomas Vokoun is expected to make his Capitals debut this evening in goal after surprisingly yielding to Michal Neuvirth for Saturday's opener. Vokoun finished last year with a 22-28-5 record to go along with a 2.55 GAA, .922 save percentage and six shutouts for the Florida Panthers. The Capitals are led offensively by Nicklas Backstrom, who has two assists on the young season. On the injury front, John Erskine and Tom Poti are both out with shoulder and groin injuries, respectively, and will not play. Based on practice yesterday, I would guess that Marcus Johansson will return to the lineup to center the second line and that Mathieu Perreault will be a healthy scratch with DJ King; whether that is actually the case will be known after the morning skate.
Puck drops 7:08-ish. Check back later.