When it comes to converting on the power play at home, no team is better than the San Jose Sharks.
Over the last month, no club has been better than the Phoenix Coyotes at killing penalties on the road.
The Sharks go into Saturday night seeking their seventh straight home victory over the Coyotes, who will try to extend their road winning streak to four to begin a lengthy trip.
With Patrick Marleau scoring a pair of second-period power play goals in Thursday's 3-1 win over Minnesota, San Jose (9-4-1) has now converted a league-best 30.0 percent (9 for 30) with the man advantage at home.
"If you keep taking penalties and giving them chances, eventually they are going to score," said Wild forward Dany Heatley, a former Shark.
Joe Pavelski scored two of San Jose's season-best three power-play goals - Ryane Clowe had the other - in a 6-3 season-opening victory over the visiting Coyotes.
The Sharks scored just four times while losing their next three games, but they've since finish...