Found March 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Midwest:
(AP) -- After two overtime losses in two days, the San Jose Sharks are in the midst of another frustrating losing streak. Tuesday night will provide them not only with a chance to end their latest slide, but also an opportunity to avenge one of those defeats. San Jose will visit the St. Louis Blues, who got a hat trick from Vladimir Sobotka and an overtime winner from Patrik Berglund to beat the Sharks 4-3 on Saturday. The Sharks (11-7-6) followed that with another heartbreaker Sunday for their third straight loss, a 3-2 defeat at Colorado as the Avalanche scored in the final second of OT. San Jose is hoping to stop this skid before it starts to resemble the seven-game slide that followed the club's 7-0-0 start. The Sharks have dropped four of five on the road since a 2-1 victory at St. Louis on Feb. 19, and they've scored two goals or fewer in regulation in 10 straight away from home. "Mixed emotions," coach Todd McLellan said of Sunday's loss, in which Sa...
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