The San Jose Sharks survived 3-2 against the Arizona Coyotes in a game that shouldn’t have been close. We analyze how the Sharks dominated this game in almost every phase but couldn’t put away a young Coyotes team. Then we look at if the Sharks should bring up a top prospect if Luke Kunin and Alexander Barabanov are going to be out for an extended period of time (9:30), how the San Jose Sharks’ lines looked without Kunin (11:30), and the disparity between the defensive pairs (15:00). Finally, we discuss how James Reimer was allowed to ease back into action for a couple of periods before the onslaught (19:00).
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