The Washington Times - April 16, 2008, 06:08PM
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\ The game was the highest-rated Capitals game in five seasons on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, drawing an average household viewership of 59,800 (2.6 rating.) in the Washington D.C. market and 13,200 households (1.2 rating) in Baltimore.\

\ Of course, to give you an idea of how rabid Flyers fans are in Philly, consider that Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia drew a peak viewership of 247,000 households, more than twice as many viewers as Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic, which drew peak viewership of 110,000. In Philadelphia, more than 8 percent of the households with a television were tuned into the game. It was the highest-rated game on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia in two seasons.\

\ In all three markets, the audience topped out between 9:30 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.\

\ — Tim Lemke