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Sharks vs. Maple Leafs: Lines, gamethread and where to watch

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It’s game on in San Jose.

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San Jose hosts the Maple Leafs at 7:30 p.m. for the only time during the regular season at SAP Center. The Sharks are coming off a win over the Vancouver Canucks while Toronto arrives on the west coast after losing back-to-back games beyond regulation. The Maple Leafs have played three-straight contests in the extra frame and are riding a four-game point streak while San Jose is on a six-game point streak of its own.

Where to watch / listen in San Jose

CSN-California / KFOX 98.5

Today’s Sharks lineup, courtesy of Friend of the Blog Kevin Kurz, is a curious one. It features Chris Tierney as the third line center and Micheal Haley as the fourth line C. Marcus Sorensen draws in as the winger of the fourth line while Tomas Hertl plays to the left of Tierney. Why? God only knows. I don’t get paid enough to figure this sh*t out.

Projected Sharks Lines

Kevin Labanc – Joe Thornton – Joe Pavelski

Patrick Marleau – Logan Couture – Mikkel Boedker

Tomas Hertl – Chris Tierney – Joel Ward

Marcus Sorensen – Micheal Haley – Melker Karlsson

Paul Martin – Brent Burns

Marc-Edouard Vlasic – Justin Braun

Brenden Dillon – David Schlemko

Martin Jones

Aaron Dell

Projected Maple Leafs Lines

Zach Hyman – Auston Matthews – William Nylander

James van Riemsdyk – Tyler Bozak – Mitch Marner

Leo Lomarov – Nazem Kadri – Connor Brown

Matt Martin – Brian Boyle – Nikita Soshnikov

Morgan Rielly – Alexey Marchenko

Jake Gardiner – Nikita Zaitsev

Matt Hunwick – Roman Polak

Frederik Andersen

Curtis McElhinney