Capitals betting favorites hosting Hurricanes on Game 5 NHL odds

The Washington Capitals hope to take advantage of their home ice Saturday night as betting favorites in Game 5 of their playoff series with the Carolina Hurricanes.

The Washington Capitals are 5-1 over their last six home games. After losing Game 3 and Game 4 in Carolina, the Capitals will try to get things back on track against the Hurricanes at home on Saturday night.

Washington is a -140 home favorite on the NHL odds for Game 5 at sportsbooks monitored by The Hurricanes will be looking for a third straight win as +120 road underdogs in this one.

Carolina Hurricanes at Washington Capitals

When: Saturday, April 20, 8:00 p.m. ET

Where: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.

Betting Line: Washington -140 / 5.5 Goals

Hurricanes at Capitals OddsShark Matchup Report

Washington Capitals Notes

The Capitals scored four goals in each of the first two games of this series at home, defeating Carolina 4-2 in Game 1 and 4-3 in Game 2. On the road, the offense came to a screeching halt as Washington managed just one goal in two road losses.

Washington earned home ice in this series by winning the Metropolitan Division with a 14-5-1 record over its last 20 regular season games and will have home ice in this critical Game 5 because of it.

Before losing the last two games in this series, Washington was a perfect 6-0 in its last six games against Carolina including a 4-0 record at home per the OddsShark NHL Database.

Carolina Hurricanes Notes

Carolina thoroughly dominated Game 3 as it outshot the Capitals 45 to 18 en route to a 5-0 victory. Game 4 was much more competitive and Peter Mrazek proved to be up to the task, stopping 30 of the 31 shots he faced to lead the Hurricanes to a 2-1 win.

Mrazek’s home and road splits were almost identical during the regular season, but so far this postseason the 27-year-old has a 3.50 goals against average and an .860 save percentage in Washington compared to a 0.50 GAA and a .980 save percentage at home.

Hurricanes at Capitals Betting Total

Saturday night’s total is set at 5.5 goals. The UNDER is 6-3 in the last nine games between the Capitals and the Hurricanes.

This has been the only series in the NHL playoffs this season that has seen the home team win every game. For that trend to continue, Washington will need to get back to generating offense as well as it did in the beginning of this series. Regardless of who ends up on top, this should be a highly competitive game between two teams that have looked evenly matched thus far.

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A master suite with an 'open-concept' bathroom that has no doors — or privacy — is asking for $1,200/month in rent
Courtesy of Kamara Abdur-Rahim On Monday, a tweet showing a Philadelphia rental listing criticized its "open-concept" bathroom layout. Thousands of people have reacted to the tweet, and several people responded, sharing confused thoughts about the bathroom that appears to lack any sort of privacy. The open-concept layout has been a popular design for living and kitchen spaces, but some designers are incorporating it into the bathroom — though many people are baffled by it. Insider spoke with the person who listed the master suite for rent, Kamara Abdur-Rahim. She says she is the homeowner and that she designed the controversial open-concept bathroom. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook groups that aggregate apartment rental listings can be a treasure trove of interesting posts, but one listing in particular is driving the internet up the wall (or lack thereof). On Monday, thousands of Twitter users reacted to a tweet showing screenshots of a room listing posted to Facebook that shows a bathroom in the middle of a spacious room — but the bathroom appears to lack any doors that separate it from the rest of the master suite. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:A retiree converted a school bus into a tiny home and now travels the country. Take a look inside her home on wheels.5 design trends celebrities love that interior designers hate23 photos that show the ugly truth of living in a tiny house
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