SAN JOSE — After carving out a acquire on Saturday, the Sharks appear to near out their a few-sport homestand on a substantial notice with a Monday night time matchup towards the Boston Bruins.
San Jose experienced to grind on Saturday night time towards the Vancouver Canucks, but emerged with a 3-2 victory. Afterward, Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said his workforce “experienced to do the job for a acquire tonight — and that’s how it need to be.”
The Sharks will have to maintain grinding towards a Boston Bruins workforce that visits San Jose on a 5-sport profitable streak. Monday’s sport is anticipated to have a playoff type of come to feel to it. “It really is a fantastic test for our team,” DeBoer said.
This is the to start with time this time the Sharks and Bruins have played every other. By way of 38 whole games between the franchises, San Jose retains a 12-19-5-2 record.
Sharks projected lines and pairs:
Timo Meier – Logan Couture – Joe Pavelski
Evander Kane – Tomas Hertl – Joonas Donskoi
Marcus Sorensen – Joe Thornton – Kevin Labanc
Lukas Radil – Barclay Goodrow – Melker Karlsson
Radim Simek – Brent Burns
Brenden Dillon – Justin Braun
Marc-Edouard Vlasic – Erik Karlsson
Martin Jones – projected starter
Bruins projected lines and pairs:
Brad Marchand – Patrice Bergeron – Danton Heinen
Jake DeBrusk – David Krejci – Karson Kuhlman
Joakim Nordstrom – Trent Frederic – David Backes
Sean Kuraly – Noel Acciari – Chris Wagner
Zdeno Chara – Charlie McAvoy
Torey Krug – Brandon Carlo
Matt Grzelcyk – Kevan Miller
Tuukka Rask – projected starter