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SportTwo members of the Sharks almost fought during their morning skate before Game 6

02:15  22 may  2019
02:15  22 may  2019 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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Two members of the Sharks almost fought during their morning skate before Game 6 . And it appears as if tensions are running a tad high with the team because two players had to be separated during the team’s morning skate on Tuesday.

Sharks teammates Lukas Radil, Aaron Dell get into tussle before Game 6 . Things heated up between Aaron Dell and Lukas Radil during Sharks morning skate before game 6 #sanjosesharks #nhlplayoffs #StanleyCupPlayoffs Meier helped lead the Sharks out of their own zone in transition

Two members of the Sharks almost fought during their morning skate before Game 6© USA TODAY USA TODAY

The San Jose Sharks will have their season on the line when they face the St. Louis Blues in Tuesday night's Game 6 in St. Louis.

And it appears as if tensions are running a tad high with the team because two players had to be separated during the team's morning skate on Tuesday.

Something apparently happened between Lukas Radil, who hasn't played since the Colorado series, and backup goalie Aaron Dell, as the two had words near center ice. Radil then tried to hit Dell in the head with his stick, which almost hit an assistant coach.

Check out this footage of the incident:

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