In the NHL's last game before the All-Star break, look for the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings to be at their best as they look to go into the break on a strong note.
The San Jose Sharks are in the thick of the playoff chase, but could use another player or two to ensure they make the playoffs.
The Sharks will be looking for their 11th consecutive playoff appearance, and will need a strong second half to accomplish that goal. Here are five games for them to look forward to in 2015.
The San Jose Sharks have been on a roll recently, winning eight of their past nine games. But in order to make a deep run in the postseason, they will need to find additional scoring depth.
Adam Burish has been a solid contributor throughout his NHL career. However, he's underperformed this season and has been the San Jose Sharks' most disappointing player so far.
While the San Jose Sharks have struggled out of the gates, Joe Pavelski has kept them afloat through the first 30 games.
The San Jose Sharks have struggled out of the gates and will need to turn things around quickly if they want to make the playoffs for the 11th consecutive season.
Antti Niemi has been solid for the Sharks since coming to San Jose in 2010, but his time in teal should come to an end soon.
The San Jose Sharks have followed an offseason of discontent with an up-and-down beginning to their season.
Making some bold predictions for the San Jose Sharks' 2014-15 season.