– San Jose Sharks
forward Dominic Moore
practiced Sunday afternoon, one day after suffering a broken nose in Game 2 of their Western Conference Quarterfinals series against the St. Louis Blues
at Scottrade Center.
Moore was hurt during a brawl that broke out after the third-period buzzer when Blues winger Vladimir Sobotka
took him to the ice and hit him in the face. Sharks coach Todd McLellan
called it a "sucker punch."
Moore said he was having some trouble breathing through his nose but that he is available to play in Game 3 on Monday night at HP Pavilion. As for Sobotka's punch, Moore offered no opinion.
"I really don't have any need to comment on it, to be honest," Moore said.