“Winning's a lot more fun than losing,” Brown said. “We've had a lot of losing this year … these should be fun games for guys to play in. We have guys that get an opportunity to play at this level, and most of the teams we're playing are not in this position that we're in. They need points
The San Jose Sharks entered the third period with a one-goal lead against the last-place Los Angeles Kings Thursday night. They ended it with a 4-2 loss at Staples Center. The Sharks didn't play their prettiest game in the season-series finale with the Kings, and their losing streak was stretched
Here's how the Sharks are expected to lineup on Thursday evening when they face off against the Kings down in LA.