The Jets and Sharks will square off in Los Angeles, and the home crowd is expected to be more jubilant than the crowd at SAP Center.
The Jets have the better record, but the Sharks are a little better.
The Sharks have the most points, but they also have the best record, and that’s why the Jets and their fans will be pumped up at the SAP Center on Monday night.
Here are five things to watch for in the game:*When: 7:30 p.m.
ET on Monday, March 13.*Where: SAP Center in Los a.m., ET.*What to watch: The Sharks are playing a pair of tough games, and they’re expected to have a big advantage in their division, which includes the Arizona Coyotes, who are also in Los.
The Jets are 2-0-1 against the Sharks in their past three games.**Who’s hot: Goalie Michael Hutchinson has been excellent, allowing just two goals on 22 shots in his past two starts.
He’s been solid in the past four games, allowing one goal on seven shots in those four.
He was 1-1-0 with a 2.38 goals-against average in the three games before that.**What to know: Sharks goalie Martin Jones is playing his best hockey of the season, and he’ll look to continue that Sunday against the Jets.
Jones has a 0.83 goals-per-game average, which is the best mark among goalies who have played at least 100 minutes.**Goaltender Matt Hackett was solid in his first two starts against the Rangers and Jets.
He allowed four goals on 21 shots, but his save percentage was a whopping .928.
He’ll look for another strong outing in this game, and Hackett has been stellar.***What to look for: The Jets have dominated their division all season.
They’ve outscored opponents by an average of 19.6 points per game.
This is the Jets’ first home game since losing to Dallas.
They have won five straight at home, including a 5-2 win over Dallas on Jan. 3.
The other five wins are by a combined six goals.**Where to watch it: The game will be broadcast on NBCSN at 8 p.