SAN JOSE, Calif. -- For all that the San Jose Sharks accomplished with their overtime victory over Los Angeles in Game 3, they know it will mean very little if they dont back that win up with another at home against the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings. "We havent accomplished anything," Sharks coach Todd McLellan said. "We didnt get our work done in LA, and that put us behind the eight ball. The fact that we win Game 3, thats great, but we still are behind in the series and the series is getting shorter. The lifeline wasnt as long as it was in the past. Weve just got to find a way to get even. If our intensity or urgency drops because weve won a single game, I would be disappointed in our group." After taking it easy the day after San Joses 2-1 win, both teams stepped up preparation on Monday in advance of Game 4 on Tuesday night at the Shark Tank. The Kings arent about to feel complacent, considering they were less than 2 minutes away from losing Game 2 at home and have won just once in 10 road games since March. "We cant rest and just be comfortable with being a good home team," forward Justin Williams said. "We need to be killers on the road. Coming back with a 3-1 lead is certainly something were going to do our darnedest to do." The Kings came close to getting that elusive road win in Game 3 on Saturday when they fell in overtime after being called for two penalties in the final minute of regulation to set up Logan Coutures power-play goal in overtime. The second of those penalties particularly irked the Kings, who contend Trevor Lewis was pushed into San Jose goalie Antti Niemi by Patrick Marleau and shouldnt have been called for goaltender interference. That came one game after the Sharks complained about a late delay of game call on Marc-Edouard Vlasic that gave the Kings a two-man advantage and eventually led to two goals that gave Los Angeles a 4-3 win. The Kings look to rebound from their disappointment the same way the Sharks did from theirs. "Theres zero momentum," Kings coach Darryl Sutter said. "Once you get in the playoffs, theres zero momentum unless somebody is way better than somebody, and as you see, nobody is. If theres a carry-over, then youre probably not a playoff team." The home teams have won all three games so far this series and both teams are undefeated at home in the post-season this year. The Sharks have been dominant all season on home ice, going 17-2-5 in the regular season that included two wins over Los Angeles. The biggest reason for the home success has been a potent power play that has been far more efficient at the Shark Tank than on the road. San Jose has scored on an NHL-best 28.4 per cent of power plays at home during the regular and post-season compared to just 13.6 per cent on the road. The difference has been even more stark in the post-season where the Sharks are 8-for-20 on the power play at home and just 1-for-16 on the road, including 0-for-7 the first two games in Los Angeles. San Jose did score one goal 5 seconds after the end of a power play in Game 2 against the Kings. Defenceman Dan Boyle said there was little difference other than the final results on the power play in Game 3, when he got the scoring started with a power-play goal 4 seconds into a man advantage early in the first period and Couture ended the game with a power-play goal in overtime. "Its about scoring goals," Boyle said. "If we dont score yesterday, you guys would be talking about how bad we are, how much were struggling. We had some good looks in L.A., we just didnt put the puck in the net. The one goal we had, the penalty had just expired. "The end of the day, youve just got to put the puck in the net and the first power play took, what? Three or four seconds. Thats not a good power play, thats execution. Its a won faceoff, its a guy going to the net. Thats just good execution." The Kings could get a boost with the potential return of forward Kyle Clifford, who has missed the past four games with an upper-body injury. Clifford scored three of his seven regular-season goals this year against the Sharks and all three of his career playoff goals came in a six-game series against San Jose two years ago. "He can give us that big physical, emotional lift that we can use right now," forward Colin Fraser said. "Hes a guy that doesnt take a shift off, and hes hard to play against. Ive played with him on and off for two years, and hes a big, physical player who keeps it simple. You know what youre going to get out of him every shift." 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The Beavers are 1-15 in conference games under second-year coach Gary Andersen.UCLA rushed for 163 yards, its best outing since running for 125 yards against Arizona in October. Olorunfunmi, Soso Jamabo, Brandon Stephens and Nate Starks each had 4 yards or more per carry, a major improvement for a group that had been averaging 2.6 yardsThe only one who didnt was Starks, the 255-pound freshman that Polamalu called a big bull. Polamalu wouldnt single out Starks as his favorite and said seeing the bruising back in action brings a smile to my face.I thought as a group they stayed together, Polamalu said. They didnt complain and were helping each other on the sideline, so I thought that was pretty cool.It wasnt always pretty. Jamabo fumbled on UCLAs second play from scrimmage, and Pierce scored on a 1-yard touchdown run two plays later to give Oregon State the early 7-0 lead.Fafaul threw a 48-yard pass to Jordan Lasley that helped set up Olorunfunmis TD to make it 7-7. 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We cant take a play off or take a break on one of the plays.UCLA gained 30 yards off penalties on the ensuing possession. Safety Jalen Moore was ejected for targeting and linebacker Kyle Haley grabbed receiver Theo Howards face mask, setting up Starks second TD run that made it 31-21.THE TAKEAWAYOregon State: The Beavers are taking steps forward. The defense and special teams were mostly solid, but the offense was sluggish without running back Ryan Nall, who is out with a foot injury. Still, this rebuilding project might be ahead of schedule. Oregon State has played four conference games decided by one score this season.UCLA: The Bruins have a path to a bowl game, but its slim. UCLA must upset a white-hot Southern California team that just shut down Washington in Seattle, and knock off California in Berkeley to get to six wins. 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