Look forward to a wild Saturday night in San Jose, as the Kings and San Jose Sharks will play a game that could have a ton of significance.
Depending on the results of Friday's game between Phoenix and St. Louis, the winner of Saturday's Kings-Sharks game could finish first in the Pacific Division -- with the third seed in the Western Conference -- while the loser could finish in eighth place.
There could be plenty of bad blood as well, as the game will be a rematch of Thursday's game in Los Angeles, in which the Sharks rallied twice in the third period and beat the Kings 6-5 in a shootout.
There were three fights and a total of 63 penalty minutes in the game, and that's not including an odd scene late in the third period, when San Jose's Ryane Clowe reached out from the bench and played the puck with his stick. No penalty was called.
The Kings and Sharks are tied in points and in regulationovertime wins, meaning that whomever takes two points from Saturday's game will finish hi...