San Jose Sharks can complete the sweep of the season series against St Louis Blues

Mar 30, 2024; St. Louis, Missouri, USA;  San Jose Sharks left wing Fabian Zetterlund (20) shoots as
Mar 30, 2024; St. Louis, Missouri, USA; San Jose Sharks left wing Fabian Zetterlund (20) shoots as / Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Your San Jose Sharks are 1-8-1 in the last ten games. It's been a tough stretch. However, that win came against the opponents the Sharks will face tonight. With a win tonight, the Sharks will complete the season series sweep against the St. Louis Blues. San Jose knows that this is a team they have had success against tonight, so we can see the Sharks play more confidently, knowing they can beat tonight's opponents.


We will see Devin Cooley sometime this weekend, but it will likely be Mackenzie Blackwood tonight. He's been incredible this season and will give the Sharks the best chance to win tonight. Blackwood shut the Blues out last week, so it'll likely be him that the Sharks turn to again with the opportunity of defeating the Blues tonight. A loss here could be the final nail in the coffin for the Blues' playoff chances, so if the Sharks could be a hurdle tonight.

Collin Graf could make his NHL debut tonight. The undrafted college free agent signed an entry-level contract with the San Jose Sharks earlier in the week. He's one of the most highly-touted NCAA free agents we've seen in a while, and his NHL debut will come before the end of the season. He arrived in San Jose yesterday, so we could see him in the lineup tonight if all goes well for the Sharks.

Projected Lineups

St Louis Blues

Brandon Saad - Robert Thomas - Jake Neighbours
Alexey Toropchenko - Pavel Buchnevich - Jordan Kyrou
Zack Bolduc - Brayden Schenn - Kasperi Kapanen
Kevin Hayes - Nathan Walker - Sammy Blais
Nick Leddy - Colton Parayko
Torey Krug - Justin Faulk
Tyler Tucker - Matthew Kessel
Jordan Binnington
Joel Hofer

San Jose Sharks

Klim Kostin - Mikael Granlund - Fabian Zetterlund
William Eklund - Luke Kunin - Collin Graf
Filip Zadina - Jack Studnicka - Thomas Bordeleau
Jacob MacDonald - Nico Sturm - Justin Bailey
Mario Ferraro - Kyle Burroughs
Henry Thrun - Jan Rutta
Marc-Edouard Vlasic - Calen Addison
Mackenzie Blackwood
Devin Cooley

Puck Drop

As the San Jose Sharks look to complete the season sweep of the St Louis Blues and open the door to the era of Collin Graf in the NHL, it'll start with a matinee from the Shark Tank. It begins at 3 p.m., so adjust for the earlier start time if you want to keep up with the Sharks tonight. We will see if the team in teal can get another two points before the end of the season.