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Recent Player Notes

  • Mon, Apr 21Recent News
    • Joe Pavelski registered a goal and had two assists in the San Jose Sharks' 7-2 slaughter of the visiting Los Angeles Kings in playoff competition Sunday night.
      Advice: The high-scoring left winger was one of seven different goal scorers for San Jose in a win that put the Sharks ahead 2-0 in their first-round, best-of-seven playoff series against the Kings. Remarkably, the Kings were ahead 2-0 in Sunday's game after the first period. The other goals were produced by Joe Thornton, Raffi Torres, Patrick Marleau, Logan Couture, Mike Brown and Justin Braun. Dan Boyle, Andrew Desjardins and Matthew Nieto each had two assists for the Sharks. Marleau and Couture also had assists for two-point nights.
  • Wed, Apr 16
    • Joe Pavelski skated on the Sharks' top line with Joe Thornton on Wednesday.
      Advice: It's worth noting because there was some discussion of moving Pavelski to the third line to balance them out. He had 41 goals and 79 points in 82 games this season.
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  • Mon, Apr 21Recent News
    • Incredibly, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick has allowed 12 goals in two games against the San Jose Sharks in this postseason.
      Advice: Recognized by many as the premier goalie in the NHL, Quick gave up seven goals in the Kings' 7-3 loss to the Sharks in San Jose Sunday night, though the rout certainly wasn't all his fault. The Sharks were able to fire 40 shots on Quick. On Thursday, in Game 1 of this first-round series, Quick allowed five goals on 28 shots before being pulled after two periods in what turned out to be a 6-3 loss in San Jose. The Kings are now down 2-0 in this best-of-seven series. And Quick -- brace yourself -- has a goals-against average in the postseason of .720. His save percentage is .824. The roof caved in, er, quickly on the Kings Sunday. They were ahead 2-0 after the first period before surrendering three goals in the second and four goals in the third.
  • Sat, Apr 19
    • Jonathan Quick, considered by many who follow the NHL to be the top goalie in the league, allowed five goals on only 28 shots before being yanked after two periods in the Kings' 6-3 loss to San Jose Thursday in Game 1 of their playoff round.
      Advice: That was more goals in two periods than Quick gave up to the Sharks in three games of their playoff matchup last season. "I don't think we played very well in front of him," teammate Alec Martinez said in defense of Quick. "I think those goals were a byproduct of the team in front of him not playing well. It wasn't on Quickie. But obviously, he's one of the best goaltenders in the world and we have all the confidence in the world in him. He'll play really well Sunday."
  • Fri, Apr 18
    • Jonathan Quick let in five goals on only 28 shots in Los Angeles' 6-3 loss to San Jose Thursday night.
      Advice: Quick was pulled off after the second period and Martin Jones replaced him. Jones stopped all four shots he faced in the third period. The Kings and the Sharks will play again on Sunday night and suddenly it is not so clear that Quick will start again then.
  • Mon, Apr 21Recent News
    • Jake Muzzin gave the Los Angeles Kings a 1-0 lead in the first period of their playoff game Sunday night before they crumbled and were trounced 7-2 by the Sharks in San Jose.
      Advice: The loss put the Kings at a 2-0 disadvantage in their opening-round, best-of-seven series with the Sharks. Trevor Lewis had the other Los Angeles goal, also in the first period. The Sharks then proceeded to wipe out the Kings' 2-0 lead by scoring seven consecutive goals in the second and third periods.
  • Fri, Apr 18
    • Jake Muzzin netted a goal in the Kings' 6-3 defeat to the San Jose Sharks on Thursday.
      Advice: It was Muzzin's first career playoff goal in 18 games. He had five goals and 24 points in 76 contests this season.

NHL Roster Changes

Apr 20
Was to Nsh
Apr 14 to Wes
Apr 14 to Wes
Apr 13 to Wes
Apr 7 to Wes
Apr 4
to Eas
Apr 4 to Wes
Apr 1 Van to Min
Mar 31 to Wes
Mar 25 to Eas

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Injury Reports

Player Injury Status Effective
David Backes (StL - C,RW) Upper-body injury DTD Apr 19, 2014
Brenden Morrow (StL - LW) Foot DTD Apr 19, 2014
Matt Beleskey (Anh - LW) Lower-body injury DTD Apr 18, 2014
Brenden Dillon (Dal - D) Foot DTD Apr 16, 2014
Daniel Paille (Bos - LW) Concussion symptoms DTD Apr 13, 2014

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