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The return of the Vlasic

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Marc-Edouard Vlasic seems ready to make his triumphant return to the San Jose Sharks’ lineup tonight while Tim Heed might make a surprise debut as the Sharks play in Rogers Place for the first time. Friend of the Blog Kevin Kurz has the details in his gameday post ahead of an interesting Pacific tilt. Puck drop is set for 6 p.m. PT.

Where to watch / listen in San Jose

CSN-California / Stream for free on NHL.com today only / KFOX 98.5


I was on Edmonton radio this morning with Lowetide to talk Sharks hockey, including San Jose’s three All-Star selections. A win for the Sharks combined with an Anaheim loss will put San Jose alone in first place in the Pacific division. It looks like Micheal Haley draws back into the lineup while Tommy Wingels gets the axe as Mirco Mueller loses his spot on defense with Vlasic’s return.

What do you think about head coach Pete DeBoer’s tweaks to the lineup?

Projected Sharks Lines

Timo Meier – Joe Thornton – Joe Pavelski

Kevin Labanc – Logan Couture – Joonas Donskoi

Patrick Marleau – Chris Tierney – Joel Ward

Melker Karlsson – Micheal Haley – Mikkel Boedker

Paul Martin – Brent Burns

Marc-Edouard Vlasic – Justin Braun

Brenden Dillon – Dylan DeMelo

Martin Jones

Aaron Dell

Projected Oilers Lines

Patrick Maroon – Connor McDavid – Leon Draisaitl

Milan Lucic – Ryan Nugent-Hopkins – Zack Kassian

Benoit Pouliot – Drake Caggiula – Jordan Eberle

Anton Lander – Mark Letestu – Matt Hendricks

Oscar Klefbom – Eric Gryba

Andrej Sekera – Matt Benning

Kris Russell – Adam Larsson

Cam Talbot

Jonas Gustavsson