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Sharks look to build on dramatic Game 3 win to tie 2nd-round series with Kings

Monday, 05.20.2013 / 7:05 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Sharks look to build on dramatic Game 3 win to tie 2nd-round series with Kings

SAN JOSE, Calif. - For all that the San Jose Sharks accomplished with their overtime victory over Los Angeles in Game 3, they know it will mean very little if they don't back that win up with another at home against the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings.

After taking it easy the day after San Jose's 2-1 win, both teams stepped up preparation on Monday in advance of Game 4 on Tuesday night at the Shark Tank.

Sharks coach Todd McLellan says he will be disappointed if his team's urgency drops at all after winning one game.

The home team has won all three games in the series with Los Angeles rallying for a late comeback win in Game 2.

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