Sharks Vs. Oilers Watch Guide: Projected Lines and Defensive Pairs - NBC Bay Area

Sharks Vs. Oilers Watch Guide: Projected Lines and Defensive Pairs



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    The San Jose Sharks are looking to make it five straight as the road trip continues in Edmonton with a Saturday evening contest against the Oilers.

    Team Teal is coming off an emotional victory over the Calgary Flames. Evander Kane and Tomas Hertl scored two goals apiece in the rematch of their New Year's Eve game to defeat the Flames 5-2 and move to two points within first place in the Pacific Division.

    The Oilers are also coming off of a win – one that snapped a six-game losing skid. Edmonton's season continues to be one to forget, although they are currently sitting just two points out of a wild card spot in the Western Conference.

    This is the third meeting between the Sharks and Oilers this season. San Jose is 57-43-12-10 all time 122 meetings with Edmonton.

    Sharks projected lines and pairs:

    Timo Meier – Logan Couture – Joe Pavelski
    Evander Kane – Tomas Hertl – Joonas Donskoi
    Marcus Sorensen – Joe Thornton – Kevin Labanc
    Barclay Goodrow – Dylan Gambrell – Melker Karlsson

    Radim Simek – Brent Burns
    Brenden Dillon – Justin Braun
    Marc-Edouard Vlasic – Tim Heed

    Aaron Dell – projected starter
    Martin Jones

    Oilers projected lines and pairs:

    Leon Draisaitl – Connor McDavid – Ty Rattie
    Milan Lucic – Ryan Nugent-Hopkins – Alex Chiasson
    Jujhar Khaira – Brad Malone – Zack Kassian
    Tobias Rieder – Colby Cave – Jesse Puljujarvi

    Oscar Klefbom – Adam Larsson
    Darnell Nurse – Kris Russell
    Brandon Manning – Matt Benning

    Cam Talbot – projected starter
    Mikko Koskinen