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\ The overtime Game 7 loss to the Flyers averaged a record 170,000 household viewers in Washington, D.C and Baltimore, including a peak of 255,000 households between 9:45 and 10 p.m. \ An average of 130,00 households tuned in from Washington, and a record 40,000 tuned in from Baltimore. \ For the entire playoff series, Comcast SportsNet averaged 81,000 households, for a 3.5 rating. \

\ Capitals ratings rose 75 percent this year on Comcast. From Dec. 26 until the end of the season, ratings rose 166 percent over the same period last season.\

\ — Tim Lemke

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