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Stadium: SAP Center (San Jose)
Los Angeles is already 5th in the Western Conference standings. Will Todd McLellan's team be able to consolidate their success in the away game against San Jose? We will choose several options for you to bet on at once.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
San Jose has not lost two games in a row
The match against the Kings will be the second in a row for the Sharks. The first game, held in Los Angeles, ended with San Jose winning in overtime, 4-3. Earlier the Sharks managed to resists Anaheim on the road, losing to the Ducks only in overtime (2-3). Bob Boughner's team seems to be coming around a bit. San Jose is 12th in the Western Conference standings and has yet to lose their playoff chances.
Los Angeles is one of the leaders of the West again
The Kings are right now in fifth place in the West. Apparently, Todd McLellan's team is determined not just to make the playoffs, but to get as far as they can. Is one of the most successful teams of past decade back among the best?
Prior to last week's loss to San Jose, Los Angeles enjoyed an impressive away streak, beating Columbus, Buffalo and Boston.
- San Jose: Nikolai Knyzhov, Kevin Labanc, James Reimer, Mario Ferraro and Adin Hill will not play. Radim Simek is questionable;
- Los Angeles: Michael Anderson, Brendan Lemieux, Sean Walker, Alexander Edler will not play. Viktor Arvidsson, Drew Doughty are questionable.
The season series score is 2-0 in favor of San Jose.
Expert Betting Tips
It is unlikely that the Kings will allow themselves to lose to the Sharks for the third time this season. Todd McLellan's team aspires to do a lot and has handled much tougher opponents than San Jose more than once in the course of the championship.
Prediction: a win for Los Angeles.
- W2 (incl. OT) for 1.798;
- W2 for 2.15;
- W2+TO (5.5) for 3.40.