Skip to main content

San Jose Sharks vs. Los Angeles Kings - 11/27/13

Los Angeles Kings (16-6-3) at San Jose Sharks (15-3-5)
Date & Time Wednesday November 27, 2013, 10:30 PM (EST)
The Line
The Line: San Jose Sharks -186 / Los Angeles Kings +169 --- Over/Under: 5
TV Channel Stream NHL games all season on ESPN+ for only $4.99 a month. Sign up now!

The loss of Jonathan Quick has done nothing to slow down the Los Angeles Kings this season. With the way Quick has played over the last few years and all the expectations placed on him in this Olympic year it would have been easy to expect a regression of sorts from the Kings in the wake of Quick's injury. Instead, Ben Scrivens has stepped right in and Los Angeles has yet to miss a beat. Scrivens is 6-1-3 on the year with a 1.44 goals against average and .947 save percntage. Monday night could actually be considered a disappointing performance for Scrivens based on how well he's played of late. Scrivens surrendered two goals to the Vancouver Canucks but Anze Kopitar scored the game winning goal in overtime and the Kings rallied for a 3-2 win. Mike Richards scored late in the third period to even the game at 2-2 before Kopitar won it 48 seconds into the extra session. Kyle Clifford gave Los Angeles a 1-0 lead with his second goal of the season in the first period. Scrivens will get his biggest test thus far when he has to face the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday night on the road. As good as Los Angeles' start to the season has been, San Jose's has been even better. The Sharks have won five of their last six games entering the contest and after allowing five goals in their loss to the Chicago Blackhawks last week they rebounded to hold Tampa Bay and New Jersey to one goal each. San Jose is starting the first of a three round heavyweight fight on Wednesday night as St. Louis and Anaheim both come to town as well on Friday and Saturday night. San Jose is a big time favorite in this one and while they should be favored it's hard to not like the value on Los Angeles in this one. 

Los Angeles +169

On July 1, 2008 I typed into Google "How Do I start A Blog" and I started my first website called "Miami Mitch's Place" where i shared my college football Picks and predictions as well as opinion. By the Fall I had heard from many that the title made it sound like the site was about Miami so I changed it to "College Football Place" (, After the 2008 college football season I change focus and launched, it wasn't long after that when I realized I just wanted one place to add all sports, and that's when Sports Chat Place was born.

This site is a big Thank You to all of our readers, visitors, and community where we have been given a platform to talk to the masses about sports and hopefully help put you on some winners. If you need to reach me just shoot an email to [email protected]

Top 10 Sport Sites