News – USA – Wild at Sharks: Lines, Gamethread &, How to Watch


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In a rare one-off game this season, the San Jose Sharks will host the Minnesota Wild and open a nine-game homestand

After Coronavrius swept through Minnesota’s locker room and postponed six games, the team returned for a four-game California swing, first losing 4-0 to the Los Angeles Kings, keeping the Ducks off in their two-game streak only two goals and won 3-1 and 5-1 at the weekend. The team is largely healthy on the way to San Jose

The Sharks will miss Dylan Gambrell, who is under a concussion protocol and will play Saturday night’s game against the St Louis Blues Erik Karlsson will be left off the lineup, although it is possible that he will return this weekend when the Blues visit the SAP Center

Evander Kane – Logan Couture – Kevin LabancRudolfs Balcers – Tomas Hertl – Timo MeierMarcus Sorensen – Patrick Marleau – Ryan DonatoMatt Nieto – Noah Gregor – John Leonard

Jordan Greenway – Joel Eriksson Ek – Kevin FialaKirill Kaprizov – Victor Rask – Mats ZuccarelloZach Parise – Ryan Hartman – Marcus FolignoNico Sturm – Nick Bonino – Nick Bjugstad

Puck Drop is at 7:30 p.m. PT / 10:30 p.m. ET at the SAP Center in San Jose, Calif. Today’s game will be broadcast regionally on NBC Sports Bay Area and Fox Sports North, and will be streamed on NHL TV >

San Jose Sharks, Minnesota Wild, National Hockey League, Logan Couture, St Louis Blues

News – USA – Wild at Sharks: Lines, Gamethread &, How to Watch
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