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Canucks Post-Game: Markstrom's 'nightmare,' sweet Sedinery, sour 5-on-3 power play

Three points to ponder after a sobering 6-2 loss to the Sharks on Tuesday in which Jacob Markstrom didn’t look like the oft-labelled best goaltender not playing in the NHL, the Sedins looked like they had turned back the clock and the power play looked like it was looking for something — or someone — to help get it going: 913 more words

The White Towel

Sharks Prepare for The Unexpected in Outdoor Game

SANTA CLARA– Saturday, it may be a good thing that California, North or South, is not generally considered a traditional hockey market. There will be no blizzard, no high winds, no unexpected glare, no ice storms, no life-threatening and ice-tilting weather conditions to contend with. 827 more words

More & Less Hockey

Sharks Prepare For the Unexpected in Outdoor Game

By Mary Walsh

SANTA CLARA– Saturday, it may be a good thing that California, North or South, is not generally considered a traditional hockey market. There will be no blizzard, no high winds, no unexpected glare, no ice storms, no life-threatening and ice-tilting weather conditions to contend with. 827 more words

San Jose Sharks

The Sharks are shaking up their lines

With just two wins in their last nine, the San Jose Sharks are shaking up their lines for tonight’s game in Dallas.

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'Inconsistent' Sharks get Wingels back versus Flames

It’s not all bad injury news for the San Jose Sharks. While they won’t have d-man Marc-Edouard Vlasic tonight against the Flames, at least key forward Tommy Wingels… 178 more words

San Jose Sharks

Sharks Lose 5-4 to Hurricanes

(Originally published at Sports Radio Service)

SAN JOSE– Saturday, the San Jose Sharks fell to yet another non-playoff team. This time they lost 5-3 to the Carolina Hurricanes who came into San Jose 18 points out of a playoff spot. 1,209 more words

More & Less Hockey

Sharks Lose 5-4 to Hurricanes

AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez

By Mary Walsh

SAN JOSE– Saturday, the San Jose Sharks fell to yet another non-playoff team. This time they lost 5-3 to the Carolina Hurricanes who came into San Jose 18 points out of a playoff spot. 1,209 more words

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