After practicing in the dark for a few days at SAP Center in San Jose, is it possible that the Edmonton Oilers struck back at the Sharks?

In what could be another case of playoff gamesmanship, Sharks players complained on Thursday that the ice was still wet at the start of their 11:30am mt practice ahead of Game 5 at Rogers Place.

@TSNRyanRishaug : Several Sharks just informed me that the ice was still wet at 1130 when their practice was supposed to start. Asked me to tweet it.. so..

This comes days after the Oilers were left without most of the lights on ahead of their practices at the SAP Center in San Jose.

The ice at SAP Center remained without lighting and nets ahead of the Oilers' practices earlier this week, as it is customary for players to step out onto the ice to warm up before the scheduled session.

Neither team has officially addressed the wet ice situation.

The Oilers and Sharks are tied 2-2 in their first-round series, with Game 5 going Thursday in Edmonton.