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San Jose Sharks forward Ryane Clowe will not play tonight against the Ottawa Senators. The 29-year-old suffered a facial injury when he was checked face-first into the glass by Minnesota's Justin Falk on Jan. 10, but continued to play in San Jose's subsequent three games while wearing a cage. The physical winger removed the cage for Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks and was feeling discomfort after the game.Clowe and team doctors have decided that it's best for him to rest and let it heal. He's listed as day-to-day.The Sharks have four games remaining before the All-Star break, which begins on Jan. 25.
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SAN JOSE, California – San Jose Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has assigned goaltender Antero Niittymaki to the Worcester Sharks on a conditioning assignment.
Michal Handzus and Brent Burns scored in the shootout and the San Jose Sharks rallied to a 2-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night.
The Sharks game against the Calgary Flames was the last one to end last night. I think it’ unfair to blame them for going to a shoot out. They also had the latest start time and they were not the only game to go to a shoot out.
The Sharks had some tough breaks in the game, some shots they wish they’d scored on, a laughable goalie interference call in OT. The Flames had...
Coach Todd McLellan was happy his Sharks rallied for a shootout win at HP Pavilion. What upset him is he felt they had to win the game twice because of a goal that was disallowed in overtime. After Justin Braun's...
ANDY LEFKOWITZ STATS Writer While the playoff race is just heating up for most NHL clubs, matchups between the San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks have already had the intensity of a postseason series.
The division leaders face off for the fourth and final time in the regular season Saturday when the Sharks visit Vancouver.
The three previous meetings resulted in 3-2 scores with...
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The San Jose Sharks capitalized on two of three shootout attempts to seal a come-from-behind, 2-1 win over the Calgary Flames tonight. Both Michael Handzus and Brent Burns beat Miikka Kiprusoff, while Antti Niemi stopped Jarome Iginla and Michael Cammalleri in the shootout.
After a scoreless first period, Chris Butler finally found the back of the net...