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“We know we have to take care of business at home,” Sharks forward
Pavelski said the Kings' late rally for a 4-3 victory on Thursday "was a tough loss. But you rebound. You understand it's a series. It's the playoffs. Just because it's a tough loss doesn't mean we're not going to come ready to work. And that's been our main focus down the stretch: establish our work ethic and compete and skate, do all those little hard things that make you successful."
Pavelski said the Sharks did a number of things right in Game 2 that they hope to continue.
"We went to the net pretty hard and aggressive and guys shot the puck hard and we found some holes that way," he said. "And second chances went in for us. Those were some of the good areas. Faceoffs were good, too."
The Sharks won 44 of 65 faceoffs, or 68%, in Game 2.
"I think for the first two games we've done a lot of good things. Aside from winning, I think our effort's been pretty good. Our battle level, everything's been pretty good," Boyle said.
"Obviously, you don't want to go down 3-0 …. Home's been good to us all year. That doesn't guarantee a win, but we obviously need a win tonight."