Sharks vs. Predators Preview: On the road again

San Jose begins its final road trip of the regular season.

With third place in the Pacific a near certainty, the Sharks have only a record-breaking road record to play for. San Jose has won 26 games, one shy of their record 27-win mark — a sweep of this two game road trip would get the Sharks that record. Nashville has more to play for. While the Predators have locked up a playoff spot, they can still get out of a wild card spot and into a divisional spot — something that would save Nashville from facing Los Angeles in the first round.

Tale Of The Tape
San Jose Sharks


43-29-6 Record 39-26-13
3rd in Pacific Rank 4th in Central
53.3% Score-Adj. Fenwick 53.8%
PDO 99.4
PP% 19.5
PK% 80.7

5PM PDT | Bridgestone Arena | Nashville, Tennessee
TV: CSN-CA | Radio:, 98.5 KFOX
Know Your Enemy: On the Forecheck

Last Meeting

The Sharks lost a game you don't want to ever think about ever again.


  • San Jose is pretty much locked into the third spot in the Pacific division, so...this game doesn't really matter.
  • You should still watch it and read our posts, though.
  • Please. My family is starving. /