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Kings at Sharks: Lines, gamethread, and where to watch

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Radim Simek returns for the interstate rivalry.

Nov 29, 2019; San Jose, CA, USA; San Jose Sharks players celebrate a goal by San Jose Sharks center Logan Couture (39) during the second period against the Los Angeles Kings at SAP Center at San Jose. Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

The San Jose Sharks hopes to snap the three game losing streak with the addition of Radim Simek, activated off of injured reserve. Simek has four points in just 16 games for San Jose this season, however the Sharks are 11-4-1 with him in the lineup.

A win tonight would be an excellent way to start after the post-Christmas break against a similarly slumping Los Angeles Kings team that has gone 0-2-1 in their last three. San Jose has gone 1-8-1 in their last 10 games after a good start, and a game against the Kings may be just what the Sharks need to get back on track.

Lines

Sharks

Expected Scratches: Antti Suomela, Tim Heed

Injured Reserve: Dalton Prout

Kings (via Daily Faceoff)

Alex IafalloAnze KopitarTyler Toffoli
Adrian KempeBlake LizotteAustin Wagner
Nikolai ProkhorkinJeff CarterMartin Frk
Kyle CliffordMichael AmadioMatt Luff

Joakim RyanDrew Doughty
Ben HuttonMatt Roy
Kale ClagueSean Walker

Jack Campbell
Johnathan Quick

Expected Scratches: Kurtis McDermid

Injured Reserve: Derek Forbort, Alec Martinez, Trevor Lewis, Dustin Brown

Where to Watch

Puck drop from SAP Center will be at 7 PT/10 ET. Tonight’s broadcast will be available on NBC Sports California in the Bay Area and on Fox Sports West for the visitors’ market. Streaming will be available on NHLtv. The radio call will be on 98.5 KFOX or available to stream through the Sharks + SAP Center app.