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Sharks Host Stars in Afternoon Delight Matchup

Third time is the charm, right? The San Jose Sharks will try once again to clinch a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a victory Saturday afternoon against the Dallas Stars. After a mental breakdown in a 6-3 drubbing by Edmonton, the hope here is that San Jose will play to their opponent’s level and bring their A-game to the second best team in the league.

Joonas Donskoi looks to be ok after missing the third period Thursday night. Martin Jones looks to be the starting netminder in this matchup against the guy who he replaced in Antti Niemi for Dallas. Here’s the lineup for Team Teal:

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

Martin – Burns
DeMelo – Braun
Dillon – Polak

Jones
Reimer

For Dallas, they have been up and down lately. They are tied with St. Louis for first in the Central, but are missing their prolific scorer, Tyler Seguin due to a slightly torn achilles. This team can score anywhere and often. Shut down their offense and get a few past Niemi, and we should be talking about a playoff clinch on Pucknology After Dark.

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Let’s clinch tonight!

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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