San Jose looks to even the series by holding serve on home ice for the second straight game.
With a chance to tie the series, the Sharks host Los Angeles at 7PM.
The Sharks in the first period. Wow... just... wow. Have you ever seen a more dominant performance in a period? Well, um, until the Kings in the third. Yes, the Sharks almost let this one get...
A look at the numbers behind the Sharks' 2-1 overtime win over Los Angeles in Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals.
After getting shaken up and leaving the game in the middle of the second period, Logan Couture returns and scores the game winning goal in overtime as the Sharks defeat the Los Angeles Kings 2-1.
After a 22 second collapse put the Sharks down 2-0 in the series, it seemed like game 3 couldn't come soon enough. Now it's time for the Sharks and Kings to take their battle to San Jose. Puck drops at 6:00 pm.
Need a break from grousing about Game 2's final minutes? Take a deep breath and look out east -- there are still teal-colored reasons to cheer for each of the East's four remaining teams.
Despite holding a 3-2 lead late in the third period, penalty trouble cost the Sharks their first win of the series.
Raffi Torres was suspended for the remainder of the second round for his hit on Kings center Jarret Stoll.
Despite a third period surge, the Sharks were handed their first loss of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs and now trail the Kings 1-0 in their Conference Semifinal series.
A look at the numbers behind the Sharks' 2-0 loss to Los Angeles in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals.
Our final analysis and predictions for the Sharks/Kings series prior to tonight's Game 1 in Los Angeles.
A breakdown of the recently announced series schedule for the second-round matchup between San Jose and Los Angeles.
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With the identity of their second-round opponent set to be revealed tonight, we look back at the Sharks' four-game first round sweep of the Vancouver Canucks.
Across the SB Nation NHL network this week, NBC Sports is sponsoring a series about playoff hockey and superstition. Here's our contribution, which also serves as our Friday night playoff open thread.
As he always seems to do in the playoffs, Patrick Marleau came through for the Sharks in overtime after Joe Pavelski tied it late, sending San Jose to the second round.
Alongside Sergei Bobrovsky and Henrik Lundqvist, Niemi finished top three in general manager voting.