Found January 21, 2012 on
The Sports Lion:
This happened on Thursday night, but I’m posting it now because I just found it on The Big Lead (h/t to them, by the way). Jamie McGinn of the San Jose Sharks tried to slam Chris Phillips of the Ottawa Senators into the boards. McGinn misses, but then he hit the unlocked entrance door to the ice, which caused it to open.
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A 1:00pm Start? Seriously?
The San Jose Sharks and the Vancouver Canucks will meet for the third time in four weeks on Saturday afternoon as part of a very heavy day of NHL action.
San Jose Sharks (26-13-5) at Vancouver Canucks (28-15-4)
When: 4:00 PM ET, Saturday, January 21, 2012
Where: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia
Broadcast: NHLN-US (HD), CSN-CA (HD), SNET-P ...
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...
Neither the Sharks nor Canucks were overly impressive in their last trip to the ice. The two clubs will look for a better effort this afternoon when Vancouver tries to extend a seven-game point streak over San Jose.
Three third-period goals 92 seconds apart decided this one and unfortunately for the Sharks, they only had one of them.