In Kings' 4-1 victory over Sharks, Quinn refers to them as "men amongst boys."

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In the Western Conference, the best point percentage is held by the Los Angeles Kings. What a disaster the Sharks are.

On Tuesday night, it appeared as though it happened, as the.714 Kings thrashed the.328 Sharks 4-1 while outshooting them 37-15.

The positive energy from a daring road trip, which included comebacks in three different cities (New York, Detroit, and Las Vegas), and a home victory over the Winnipeg Jets, who were vying for first place in the Central Division, is fading.

"I thought we had a good first period, and then we stunk for two periods," Sharks coach David Quinn said after his team's third straight loss

During periods two and three, that was males playing with boys. In my opinion, they played with greater commitment and were faster. "More muscular

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