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How to watch San Jose Sharks vs. Anaheim Ducks online: Streaming TV, game time and odds

The San Jose Sharks (32-35-12) host the Anaheim Ducks (30-36-14) -- who've lost three in a row -- on Tuesday at 10:30 PM ET.

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San Jose won in a shootout on the road its last time out on April 24 against the Vegas Golden Knights 5-4, taking the shootout 1-0 to earn the victory. The Sharks got two points each out of Nick Bonino (two goals) and Jaycob Megna (two assists).

Anaheim played at home in its last game on April 24, and lost 6-3 against the St. Louis Blues. Nine Ducks skaters recorded one point each in that outing, including Gerald Mayhew (one goal) and Troy Terry (one assist).

In Los Angeles, the game is streaming on Bally Sports SoCal (previously Fox Sports Prime Ticket), which is available with a 5-Day Free Trial of DIRECTV STREAM. Since Hulu, YouTube TV, fuboTV, and Sling TV do not carry Bally Sports SoCal, this is your only option to stream Anaheim Ducks games all year long.

In San Francisco, the game is streaming on NBC Sports California, which is available with a 7-Day Free Trial of fuboTV. You can also stream it on DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV to watch San Jose Sharks games all year long.

Ready or not, the Ducks begin life after Getzlaf tonight, playing their first game following the captain's retirement as they take on the San Jose Sharks at SAP Center.

Anaheim enters the season's final week after an emotional night Sunday at Honda Center in Getzlaf's final NHL appearance.

Playing on home ice in front of a sellout overflow crowd including his family and friends, Getzlaf collected an assist with three shots and three hits in 21:14 of ice-time. He ignited the crowd with one last incredible pass late in the game, beautifully setting up Adam Henrique for Anaheim's third goal.

The Ducks had jumped out to an early two-goal lead, but the playoff bound Blues rallied for a 6-3 victory. Anaheim now sits 30-36-14 (74 points) on the season, seventh in the Pacific Division.

While Getzlaf will no longer be leading the Ducks forward group, Anaheim announced Tuesday another familiar face will be sticking around for at least two more years, inking versatile veteran Sam Carrick to a contract extension.

Carrick has set career-highs this season in nearly every statistical category, including points (19), goals (11), assists (eight), penalty minutes (85) and games played (64). He spent six seasons with the San Diego Gulls (AHL) and is the club's all-time leader in games played, points, goals and assists.

Carrick is also the older brother to Ducks defenseman Trevor Carrick, who was recalled by the team Monday, and the two are the first pair of brothers with Anaheim since Scott and Rob Niedermayer.

Anaheim also recalled winger Buddy Robinson and defenseman-turned-forward Hunter Drew alongside the younger Carrick for the season's final week. Robinson has appeared in a career-high 30 games, collecting 1-5=6 points and a +2 rating. Drew, a 2018 sixth-round pick, is yet to make his NHL debut.

The Ducks have taken two of the first three meetings with San Jose, with both teams defending their home ice, and tonight head north for the finale of a four-game season series. The Ducks won both contests at Honda Center beyond regulation, earning a 4-3 shootout win in February and then a 3-2 overtime triumph two weeks later.

San Jose will miss the playoffs for the third straight season, narrowly ahead of Anaheim for sixth place in the Pacific Division. Despite that, the Sharks revelled in their spoiler role Sunday night against the rival Golden Knights, scoring with one second left to force overtime and then skating away with a shootout victory, delivering a crushing blow to Vegas' playoff hopes.

"It's a great story for us and I know I've never seen the room as happy and as joyful," San Jose coach Bob Boughner said postgame. "Obviously we're disappointed not to be in the playoffs, but I'm most proud that these guys are really fighting hard for each other right to the end. As a coach, it's all you can ask."


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