Los Angeles vs San Jose: Kings Season Ends At The Shark Tank
Sharks get much needed R & R with a win tonight
While some may argue it’s good to stoke the furnace while the train is rolling, others contend that getting a chance to ease of the gas and coast for a bit is the better mantra when it comes the NHL playoff run. We side with the latter opinion. After outscoring Los Angeles 17-8 in the first three games, the Sharks booted Game 4 as they were crowned 6-3 by the Kings on Thursday in SoCal. The Sharks want the R&R that comes with finishing off the Kings in five games – especially since the Ducks vs. Wild series may go a full seven games.
Offensive defense, lack of scoring, peppered goalie crushes Kings
When Los Angels rolled out of the eight hole and comfortably cruised to their 2012 Stanley Cup title, the Kings allowed 30 goals (one into an empty net) in 20 games. In four 2014 playoff games an aging Los Angeles Crew has allowed 20 goals. While some point at goaltender Jonathan Quick (2012 MVP) as the primary problem, he has faced a lot of rubber as the Sharks own a 152-122 shots for advantage. Say Goodnight Gracie.
Online Betting Canada Call: Shark attack ends Kings season = 500 units on the San Jose puck line.
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