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

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SAN JOSE, CA - NOVEMBER 23: Marcus Sorensen #20 of the San Jose Sharks scores against Semyon Varlamov #40 of the New York Islanders at SAP Center on November 23, 2019 in San Jose, California. Photo by Brandon Magnus/NHLI via Getty Images

This road trip has been a rough one for the San Jose Sharks, who come into this afternoon’s contest with less than a full day of rest and a three-game losing streak. The gap between the Sharks and playoffs grows evermore and while I knew theoretically that the season was lost, is it so wrong to continue to have the smallest bit of hope? Whatever, I love living in denial.

The Islanders most recently pulled out a win over the Detroit Red Wings, which wouldn’t be much to write home about, except that the Sharks have lost to those same exact bottom-feeding Red Wings this season. Sports are fun, aren’t they?



Expected Scratches: Nicolas Meloche, Antti Suomela

Injured Reserve: Logan Couture (fractured ankle), Tomas Hertl (knee), Dalton Prout (concussion), Erik Karlsson (broken thumb), Melker Karlsson (lower body)


Anders LeeMathew BarzalJordan Eberle
Anthony BeauvillierBrock NelsonLeo Komarov
Kieffer BellowsJosh BaileyMichael Dal Colle
Matt MartinOtto KoivulaTom Kuhnhackl

Andy GreeneRyan Pulock
Devon ToewsScott Mayfield
Nick LeddyJohnny Boychuk

Semyon Varlamov
Thomas Greiss

Expected Scratches: Ross Johnston, Noah Dobson

Injured Reserve: Cal Clutterbuck (wrist), Casey Cizikas (lacerated leg), Derick Brassard (upper body), Adam Pelech (Achilles)

Where to Watch

Puck drop from Nassau Coliseum is at 2 PT/5 ET. This afternoon’s broadcast will be available on NBC Sports California in the Bay Area and on MSG+ in the opponents’ market. Streaming will be available on NHLtv and ESPN+.

Note that there will not be a radio call on 98.5 KFOX tonight. Instead, the Sharks will be hosting an interactive audio broadcast on the Sharks + SAP Center app.