For all that the San Jose Sharks accomplished with their overtime victory over Los Angeles in Game 3, they know it will mean very little if they don't back that win up with another at home against the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings.
''We haven't accomplished anything,'' Sharks coach Todd McLellan said. ''We didn't get our work done in LA, and that put us behind the eight ball. The fact that we win Game 3, that's great, but we still are behind in the series and the series is getting shorter. The lifeline wasn't as long as it was in the past. We've just got to find a way to get even. If our intensity or urgency drops because we've won a single game, I would be disappointed in our group.''
After taking it easy the day after San Jose's 2-1 win, both teams stepped up preparation on Monday in advance of Game 4 on Tuesday night at the Shark Tank.
The Kings aren't about to feel complacent, considering they were less than 2 minutes away from losing Game 2 at home and have won just o...