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

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Nov 14, 2019; Anaheim, CA, USA; San Jose Sharks defenseman Brent Burns (88) celebrates his goal during the third period against the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center. Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

The NHL is sluggishly waking up from its All-Star coma in St. Louis — or elsewhere, as both the San Jose Sharks and Anaheim Ducks are also coming off their bye week, so everybody on the ice should have a nice tan, and no, I’m not at all extremely jealous watching their Instagram stories (yes, I absolutely am).

The Ducks took a small two-game winning streak into their off-week, but have hovered in the basement of the standings all season. The Sharks have been no better, coming off a three-game losing streak, over the span of which they only managed to score four goals.

Another bonus for the Ducks is that this might be the first time all season they’re playing with a fully healthy roster. Aside from Jakob Silfverberg (who will be missing tonight’s game to be with his wife for the birth of their second child), the Ducks’ roster is more or less in tact, whereas the Sharks are still missing top line center and captain Logan Couture.

But hey, it sounds like Team Teal is still gonna fight for a playoff spot until the end and maybe miracles can happen.

Then again, John Gibson. Ugh.

Lines

SHARKS

Expected Scratches: Antti Suomela, Tim Heed

Injured Reserve: Logan Couture (fractured ankle), Dalton Prout (upper body)

DUCKS (via NHL.com)

Rickard RakellRyan GetzlafTroy Terry
Nick RitchieAdam HenriqueDevin Shore
Max JonesSam SteelOndrej Kase
Nicolas DeslauriersDerek GrantCarter Rowney

Cam FowlerJosh Manson
Hampus LindholmErik Gudbranson
Jacob LarssonKorbinian Holzer

John Gibson
Ryan Miller

Expected Scratches: Jakob Silfverberg, Michael Del Zotto, Chase De Leo

Injured Reserve: None

Where to Watch

Puck drop from SAP Center is at 7:30 PT/10:30 ET. Tonight’s broadcast will be available on NBC Sports California in the Bay Area and on PRIME in 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.