NHL Playoffs 2012, Sharks Vs. Blues Game 3: Game Time, TV Schedule And More

April 14, 2012; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Blues center Vladimir Sobotka (17) and San Jose Sharks center Dominic Moore (18) fight after game two of the 2012 Western Conference quarterfinals at Scottrade Center. The Blues defeated the Sharks 3-0. Mandatory Credit: Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE

There's been fights and cracked helmets, so the bad blood is boiling as a tied San Jose-St. Louis series goes to Game 3.

The St. Louis Blues didn't exactly take kindly to the 3-2 double overtime in Game 1: the second game between the Blues and Sharks saw late fights and an elbow to the head that cracked St. Louis' alternate captain Andy McDonald's helmet. McDonald may have suffered a concussion, but will play in Game 3.

No. 7 San Jose Sharks at No. 2 St. Louis Blues
10 p.m. ET Monday -- Game 3, Western Conference Quarterfinals | Series tied, 1-1
National TV: NBC Sports Network | Local TV: FS Midwest, CSN California

So with the series knotted, the scene shifts to San Jose, where there will certainly be some bad blood between two teams that aren't exactly fans of each other at this point.

For more on the Blues, visit St. Louis Game Time and SB Nation St. Louis. For more on the Sharks, head to Fear The Fin and SB Nation Bay Area.

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