Outside of Oilers' fans who probably think their team's upcoming performance in Game 4 is super reliant upon running a bunch of educational drills during a casual morning skate on a playoff game day, I'm not sure how you could possibly hate this move. Gamesmanship should not only be accepted during a time of year in which winning is by any means necessary, it should be welcomed with open arms. No one should give a shit that the Sharks tried to gain an ever-so-slight advantage by disingenuous means. In fact, I think they should have taken their pettiness to another level by calling in a bomb threat to their own building or locking the doors to their rink from the outside a la 'Coach Carter'.
San Jose doesn't owe a damn thing to the team that accidentally got where they are by drawing the world's luckiest ping pong ball, and that includes common courtesy. As far as I am concerned, being gifted Connor McDavid should cost your team the luxury of all basic amenities - including something to shoot at during practice. It's probably not considered a "favor" to provide another professional hockey team as much hospitality as a Motel 6. However, with how spoiled the Edmonton Oilers have been lately maybe they need a reminder of their dark days as a franchise. You know, when there was no amount of electricity could help their handful of first overall picks (not you, Taylor) find the back of a net that was staring them in the face.