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Sharks Take On Nashville in Super Game Fifty…One

You are looking live at Bridgestone Arena as the San Jose Sharks continue their road trip this evening in Music City. The Nashville Predators have always been a tough team for Team Teal. In fact the last time they were in town, Pekke Rinne put on a show.

This San Jose squad is on a good run. Despite the hiccup in Anaheim, getting 16 out of a possible 20 points is exceptional for this team. A 17-7-2 road record is the best in the West. As for goaltender Martin Jones, he’s quietly heating up. He’s 8-1-1 with a 1.97 goal against average and a .929 save percentage.

As for the team around him, everyone has been playing their role, and playing well. Here’s how we believe the Sharks will roll tonight:

Hertl – Thornton – Pavelski
Nieto – Marleau – Ward
Donskoi – Couture – Wingels
Zubrus – Tierney – Karlsson

Vlasic – Braun
Martin – Burns
Dillon – DeMelo

Jones
Stalock

For the Minions… I mean Predators, they’re halfway through their four game homestand, and lost three straight on home ice. The team is clinging to the second Wild Card in the West by a point. As a Saturday tradition, the Predators will wear yellow helmets… kinda “Despicable” if you ask me.

Newcomer Ryan Johansen has struggling to get back on his groove since his trade from Columbus. He has a goal and two assists in his last five games.

We will cover all the action after the game on The NFL today… I mean, Pucknology After Dark. Follow @pucknology on Twitter and subscribe to the channel at http://www.youtube.com/pucknologyafterdark1

LET’S PUCKING DO THIS!

About Erik Kuhre

A Finatic since day one, Erik is the Lead Editor, Graphic Designer, and Social Media Director for Pucknology. He is also host, of the only tweet-in Sharks postgame show, Pucknology After Dark. "Puckguy" is the creator of the hashtag #SharksFam and the #SharksTweetup, a special meetup prior to a Sharks home game, once a year, of many Sharks fans who converse together through Twitter. He has also been recognized by the Sharks organization as their Honorary Team Captain in 1993-94, along with the team's "7th Man" in 2003-04, as well as a finalist for the NHL's "7th Man" in 2004.

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