No Craig Smith at morning skate. At this rate, I'd expect it moving forward to keep him fresh for games as he powers through injury.— Adam Vingan (@AdamVingan) May 5, 2016
So it looks like he'll be in again tonight. Good.
Ribeiro late off ice this morning, which makes it look like he's out again tonight.— John Glennon (@glennonsports) May 5, 2016
This is also good. Seriously, Laviolette is my hero for making this move. A move I can't imagine his predecessor making, what, with Mike being "veteran enough" and all.
Talked to Sissons, said he was happy with his leg and it felt really good. Man alive, he’s extremely lucky. Could’ve been SO much worse.— Kristopher Martel (@kmartel_sports) May 5, 2016
Raise your hand if you thought Sissons would be recovering from surgery today instead of playing.
Not seeing Joe Pavelski or Patrick Marleau at Sharks skate.— Robby Stanley (@RStanley247) May 5, 2016
Looks like just maintenance days like some of your favorite players here. We'll see what happens.
Sharks looking to create a little bit more, which shouldn't be hard since they created basically nothing in Game 3.
Props to the entire San Jose Sharks organization for reminding me it's Cinco de Mayo. I had totally forgotten.
Wasn't he Mr. Line Match-ups Don't Matter a couple days ago?
Shark Fact: The most harmless sharks tend to be the largest! pic.twitter.com/JaMjXfAdRt— Frank The Turtle (@LavysTurtle) May 5, 2016
This *might* be true, but let's taunt him later. Like after we win the series.