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CSN Bay Area

Sharks ‘Competed our asses off’ in rewarding win over Kings

“Despite being without several key players (including Logan Couture, who missed the game due to illness), the Sharks worked hard and smart all over the ice and put some distance between themselves and Los Angeles, which is fighting to remain in playoff position.”

Three Takeaways: Sharks getting regular production from fourth line

“Wingels scored the Sharks’ second goal on a nifty setup by Haley on a two-on-one, while Carpenter looked comfortable in his 12 minutes of ice time despite not playing an NHL game in a month and a half.”

The Mercury News

Pavelski’s goal the difference as Sharks top Kings 3-2

“Pavelski’s power play goal midway through the second period proved to be the difference as the Sharks held onto a 3-2 win over the Kings at Staples Center in the last meeting of the season between the two rivals.”

SB Nation – Fear the Fin

Quick Bite: Sharks take finale against Kings 3-2

“The Sharks relied heavily on Martin Jones for much of the [third] period to keep San Jose’s narrow one goal lead intact. Jones answered the call and played more like an all-universe goalie on [a] masterful kick save that you’ll assuredly see on any 2016-17 saves of the year video.”

NHL.com

Sharks top Kings to end season series

“Burns scored his Sharks-leading 19th goal at 3:31 for a 1-0 lead. His shot from the left point changed direction when it went off Anze Kopitar. Pearson tied it 1-1 at 5:46 when he redirected Derek Forbort’s shot. Wingels made it 2-1 at 15:42.”