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Jonathan Quick has played well after a poor start to the series.
Jonathan Quick will certainly get the start for the Kings.
During the regular season, Quick was 27-17-4 with a 2.07 GAA and a .916 save percentage.
In six games in this series, Quick has a 3.47 GAA and a save percentage of .902.
After a horrible start in the first three games, Quick has regained his groove and has stopped 91 of 95 shots over the past three contests, which equates to a .958 save percentage.
Quick is considered one of the top goalies in the NHL. He led the Kings to a Stanley Cup title in 2012 and played for Team USA at the 2014 Olympics.
The Sharks have an interesting choice in goal. Alex Stalock made his first career NHL playoff start in Game 6 of this series and played well for the most part. Stalock entered Game 4 and Game 5 of this series midway through the game and did not allow a goal in either game.
Overall for the series, Stalock has a 2.05 GAA and a .929 save percentage with an 0-1 record.
During the regular season, Stalock went 12-5-2 with a 1.87 GAA and a save percentage of .932.
The Sharks could also turn to the more experienced Antti Niemi. Niemi was 39-17-7 during the regular season with a 2.39 GAA and a .913 save percentage.
In the playoffs, however, Niemi has faltered and was pulled from Games 4 and 5 and benched for Game 6. His record in the series is 3-2 but his GAA is 3.90 and his save percentage a mediocre .882.
Niemi has also won a Stanley Cup. He helped lead the Chicago Blackhawks to a title back in 2010.
Sharks' coach Todd McClellan can go with the hot hand in Stalock or the more experienced, but cold veteran in Niemi.
Either way, the Kings have an edge in goal.