When you go 3-1-1 on a five game road trip, grabbing 7 out of 10 possible points, you'd be in a good mood. Not these Sharks. Bitter after just a 20 shot performance and a parade to the penalty box on Wednesday, Team Teal is antsy to get back on home ice and take on the Desert Dogs. Head Coach Todd McLellan has played around with his line combinations at practice on Friday. Wingers have moved around: Hertl - Thornton - Kennedy Marleau - Couture - Havlat Sheppard - Pavelski - Wingels* Brown - Desjardins - McCarthy* *projected Another potential lineup change involves veteran defenseman, Dan Boyle. He told Kevin Kurz of CSN California that he's ready to return to the lineup. If that's the case, look for either Scott Hannan or Brad Stuart to get the night off. For the Coyotes, they have won three in a row, five of their last six and sit only two points behind San Jose for the top spot in the Pacific. Amazingly, despite San Jose's hot start, the three guaranteed Pacific Division playoff spots are separated by just two points. Phoenix begins a stretch in which they'll play four of the next six on the road, but they have won five straight at home. LAST GAME FOR PHOENIX IN SAN JOSE No no no. I know the Coyotes ownership issue has been settled and the team isn't relocating, but part of the deal with Glendale is eliminating Phoenix from the name. Next season, they will be known as the Arizona Coyotes. Could this mean new uniforms for the Yotes? INJURY INFO Adam Burish is still recovering from back surgery. Raffi Torres, who did a Sharks Foundation book drive event on Friday, is starting to skate but still months away from getting back into the lineup. Brent Burns, who raised over $23,000 by shaving his Captain Caveman look for charity, is getting close to returning from his upper body injury. However, Burnzie skated with no helmet or pads today at practice. Time to get back on track at home... LET'S PUCKING DO THIS!!!