ANALYSIS: Getting the excellent Capitals just -120 at home is nice value. They also face a rookie netminder in Boston's Jeremy Swayman, who stopped 40 shots in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Philadelphia during his NHL debut. Beating Washington is a lot different. The B's again will be without top defenseman Charlie McAvoy (22 points) due to injury. The Caps go with Ilya Samsonov (9-2-1, 2.87), who has a 1.77 GAA in four home starts. Boston has won only eight of its past 28 in D.C.