A look at the players on the third and fourth lines.
A look at those who played on the first or second line this year.
The veteran winger is riding a nine-game scoring drought heading into Friday's game in New Jersey.
The 19-year-old right wing averages the lowest ice time of all NHL rookies who have played at least 35 games this season.
The Capitals' second line has yet to create a goal as a unit, but Coach Adam Oates is confident that the offense will come.
More than any other season in his career, Troy Brouwer has been asked to be a shooter at even strength and on the power play and has taken advantage of the adjusted role.