This morning, Brent Burns was skating with Colin White. No one skated for long, but that’s what I saw. Predictably, the other two pair were Boyle with Vlasic and Braun with Demers. Forward lines pretty much the same as in the last game. From David Pollak’s observations, don’t expect to see Douglas Murray. Niemi starts. I mean, I assume he will. He left the ice first and there’s been no breaking news to the contrary.
The Stars, as could be expected since they played last night in Vancouver, mostly didn’t skate.
“The players know where we’re at. The time crunch is on them. They know what’s left. They know what the standings are. We can pretend it’s game 31, but it doesn’t feel that.” -Todd McLellan, Working the Corners
Neither team has an edge in the “we feel really pissed off about losing in our last game” standings. They should both be a little testy tonight.
A couple days ago, Kevin Kurz tried to answer the question of “what is wrong with the Sharks?” His ge