3yLike them or not, shootouts are going to play a large role in determining which Western Conference teams end up in the playoffs and which end up on the golf course.
3ySix goals were scored in the first two periods, but the Sharks and Coyotes went dry, taking the 3-3 tie all the way to a shootout, where the Sharks earned two valuable points.
3yThe Sharks are skating against the Coyotes, who they trail by two points in the Western Conference playoff chase. Watch the game on CSN California and follow along online!
3yAfter a 6-3 win over Phoenix on opening night, the Sharks have been outscored 11-3 in three straight losses to the Coyotes, who have been using that first loss as motivation against San Jose.
3yThe Sharks handed the Coyotes a loss on opening night, but have since lost three straight to Phoenix. San Jose gets another test against a team they trail by only two points in the standings.
3ySharks forward TJ Galiardi, out with an unspecified upper body injury, skated for the first time on Saturday since he was hurt on March 15 in a game against the Nashville Predators.
3yAfter missing some games recently, Tommy Wingels and Michal Handzus are healthy options for Sharks coach Todd McLellan, who said he is happy to have more depth after Friday's optional skate.
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