Sharks Pressure Wears Down Winnipeg
Winnipeg has treaded water for some time now. The Jets are 6-10 SU and only either maintained or fallen slightly behind Nashville at different points because the Predators have not been much better. If Winnipeg does not have their A-Game Tuesday night, they could well lose another.
Some of you making NHL picks might have forgotten by now that San Jose was betting choices by sportsbooks to reach the Stanley Cup Finals after the traded for defensemen Erik Karlsson. For a good chunk of this season, the Sharks were far from menacing and had no bite. And while their defense is still rather lackluster at No. 18, San Jose’s No.2 scoring offense places pressure on all opposing teams for 60 minutes and more if needed.
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The Sharks are 14-4 after handling Minnesota 3-0 on Monday and they like Winnipeg realize the importance of this confrontation since this could be a West Finals matchup and any late-season edge a team can grab might pay dividends later.
Despite the Jets having one of the better home-ice advantages at 22-8-4, San Jose has comfortably controlled the action at the Bell MTS Place and is 11-4 there, which included a 3-2 win their 31 days ago.