Jarret Stoll (concussion) was able to partially participate in the Kings' practice on Saturday.
Jonathan Quick was credited with a shutout in the Los Angeles Kings' 3-0 victory over the Sharks Thursday but San Jose coach Todd McClellan wasn't impressed with the goaltender's performance.
Matt Greene reminded his teammates of his importance in Game 5 of the Kings' second-round series with the Sharks.
Jarret Stoll (undisclosed) skated on Friday for the first time since absorbing a high-hit from San Jose's Raffi Torres on May 14.
Game 6 between the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks will be played at either 8:00 or 10:00 p.m. ET on Sunday.
Kyle Clifford recorded his first point of the postseason on Thursday.
With Thursday's victory, Jonathan Quick is the Kings' all-time leader in postseason wins.
Anze Kopitar, who had only one goal in his previous 26 games, broke a goalless game late in the second period for the Los Angeles Kings Thursday night, and it turned out to be the winner in a 3-0 playoff triumph over the San Jose Sharks.
Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings turned aside every shot the San Jose Sharks directed at him Thursday night en route to a 3-0 shutout.
Jarret Stoll has not resumed skating since suffering an upper-body injury in Game 1 against San Jose, but he has been doing some off-ice workouts.
Jarret Stoll (undisclosed) isn't expected to return on Thursday.
Kyle Clifford skated with Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams during Wednesday's practice.
Dustin Brown was taken off the Kings' top line during Wednesday's practice.
Robert Scuderi thinks the Kings slow start cost them on Tuesday.
Dustin Penner appeared to score a goal on Tuesday, but it was judged to have came after a quick whistle.