Kevin Kurz

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On Feb. 4, 2011, Dwight King, now a forward for Los Angeles, was playing for the AHL's Manchester Monarchs when he crashed the net against Worcester and accidentally injured the Sharks’ goalie.
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Alex Stalock will make his first career playoff start Monday night, and the Sharks will be without one of their top defenseman for Game 6.
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After taking a commanding 3-0 series lead, the Sharks have dropped two in a row. The momentum may be on the Kings' side, but Todd McLellan likes where his team is at.
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Marc-Edouard Vlasic, who left Saturday night's game with an upper body injury, didn't skate on Sunday and it's unknown if he'll play on Monday.
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Goalie Alex Stalock has gone in for relief past two playoff games, and now there's indication he might be the Sharks' starter for Game 6.
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The Sharks lacked energy and speed at the start of Game 5 and the Kings put them in an early hole that they couldn't dig out of.
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Late in the first period of Game, Sharks defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic was forced from the game after taking a hit from Jarrett Stoll.
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Antti Niemi allowed three goals in less than 21 minutes of action as the Kings beat the Sharks to force Game 6 on Monday night in Los Angeles.
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Sharks left wing James Sheppard is finding a way to contribute to the team's playoff success by elevating the production of the third line.
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With the playoff series heading back to San Jose for Game 5, the Sharks are out to seize the opportunity and finish the Kings at home.
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The Sharks are back in the Tank tonight with the chance to end the Los Angeles Kings' season. TV: 7 p.m. on CSN California.
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Tension between the Sharks and the Kings came to blows in Game 4, Kevin Kurz explains why Game 5 should be another rousing get-together.
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After giving up five goals in Game 4, Sharks goalie Antti Niemi isn't stressing out about his or the team's performance from that game alone.
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Despite poor play around the net and the inability to convert, the Sharks' overall effort was there. But in the end, they failed to sweep the Kings and will return home for Game 5.
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The Sharks allowed three second-period goals and couldn't recover Thursday night as the Kings scored six times to force Game 5.

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