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Tonight Jets @ Sharks

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ABOUT THE SHARKS

The Sharks, like the Jets, are riding a four-game winning streak coming into tonight. And San Jose is doing it despite having several key players laid up with injury right now, including Logan Couture, Tomas Hertl, Raffi Torres and Adam Burish.

Word in San Jose is that Sharks forward Joe Pavelski, who has 18 goals in his last 20 games, is playing some of the best hockey of his career right now.

San Jose is dominating on home ice, posting a 17-2-3 record at SAP Center this season.

The Jets won the only previous meeting between the two teams this season, 5-4 in a shootout at the MTS Centre on Nov. 10.

This is the first time the Jets have visited San Jose since Winnipeg rejoined the NHL in 2011. After tonight, Los Angeles will be the last remaining NHL city the Jets 2.0 have yet to visit.

 

SAN JOSE SHARKS

31 Antti Niemi

32 Alex Stalock

 

5 Jason Demers

7 Brad Stuart

8 Joe Pavelski

9 Martin Havlat

10 Andrew Desjardins

12 Patrick Marleau

15 James Sheppard

18 Mike Brown

19 Joe Thornton

22 Dan Boyle

38 Bracken Kearns

43 John McCarthy

44 Marc-Edouard Vlasic

52 Matt Irwin

57 Tommy Wingels

61 Justin Braun

76 Eriah Hayes

77 Taylor Doherty

81 Tyler Kennedy

83 Matthew Nieto

88 Brent Burns

 

WINNIPEG JETS

31 Ondrej Pavelec

35 Al Montoya

 

2 Adam Pardy

4 Paul Postma

5 Mark Stuart

7 Keaton Ellerby

8 Jacob Trouba

9 Evander Kane

12 Olli Jokinen

14 Anthony Peluso

16 Andrew Ladd

17 James Wright

18 Bryan Little

22 Chris Thorburn

25 Zach Redmond

26 Blake Wheeler

27 Eric Tangradi

33 Dustin Byfuglien

39 Toby Enstrom

40 Devin Setoguchi

44 Zach Bogosian

55 Mark Scheifele

58 Eric O'Dell

67 Michael Frolik

 

-- Wiecek

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 23, 2014 D3

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