Sharks at Ducks: Lines, how to watch & open thread

The San Jose Sharks aren’t the only California team stumbling out of the All-Star break — the Anaheim Ducks went on a three-game losing streak that only finally ended with a road win over the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday. Trevor Zegras tallied three assists in the 7-4 win, while goaltender John Gibson made 16 saves on 20 shots.

Read about all of the questions and concerns heading into tonight in our game preview.

Here’s everything you need to know to tune in:



Alexander Barabanov — Tomas Hertl — Timo Meier
Ryan Dzingel — Logan Couture — Rudolfs Balcers
Andrew Cogliano — Nick Bonino — Matt Nieto
Jasper Weatherby — Jonah Gadjovich — Noah Gregor

Mario Ferraro — Brent Burns
Jacob Middleton — Nicolas Meloche
Marc-Edouard Vlasic — Radim Simek

James Reimer
Zach Sawchenko

Expected Scratches: Jeffrey Viel, Nick Merkley, Jonathan Dahlen

Injured Reserve: Erik Karlsson (upper body), Kevin Labanc (upper body), Adin Hill (lower body)


Sonny Milano — Ryan Getzlaf — Troy Terry
Adam Henrique — Trevor Zegras — Jakob Silfverberg
Max Comtois — Isac Lundestrom — Rickard Rakell
Nicolas Deslauriers — Derek Grant — Sam Carrick

Hampus Lindholm — Jamie Drysdale
Cam Fowler — Kevin Shattenkirk
Simon Benoit — Josh Mahura

Anthony Stolarz
John Gibson

Expected Scratches: Greg Pateryn, Buddy Robinson, Sam Steel

Injured Reserve: Max Jones (upper body), Josh Manson (finger)

How to Watch

Tonight’s game will be broadcast regionally on NBCSCA, SN, SN1, BSSC and BSSD. Streaming is available with a subscription to ESPN+ (blackout restrictions do apply). The radio call will be streamed through the Sharks Audio Network. Puck drop is at 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET at Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

We won’t be liveblogging this game, but check back at puck drop to follow along with all of the play-by-play action in the comment section below!