Found February 05, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- All it took to keep the Anaheim Ducks close after the visiting San Jose Sharks took an early lead in a Monday night matchup between the two hottest teams in the NHL's Pacific Division: a little grit. All it took for the Ducks to tie it up late: a little luck. All it took for Anaheim to finally seize control: a little Sheldon Souray. The Ducks scored twice in the third period to shock the division-leading Sharks and emerge with a 2-1 win at the Honda Center. Souray banged a slap shot past San Jose goalie Thomas Greiss at 13:21 of the third period after Anaheim moved the puck around the offensive zone. Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin passed the puck to center Ryan Getzlaf, who continued it around the San Jose defense to Souray. Souray unleashed a quick, high shot just inside the blue line and past Greiss for his third goal of the season. "We were just trying to get it on net," Souray said. "We had some traffic in front. Beauch made ...
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