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The Sharks were shutout by the Blue Jackets in Columbus and for the second time this year in the state of Ohio they mays well not have shown up. Sergei Bobrovsky recorded the shutout by stopping thirty shots and he was solid, but he was hardly tested by the Sharks in a 4-0 win. The last time San Jose flopped in Columbus it was the start of their longest road trip of the year and one the...
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