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Patrick Marleau scored the tiebreaking goal 6:11 into the third period, and the San Jose Sharks beat the Edmonton Oilers 3-2 on Saturday night.
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Patrick Marleau scored the tiebreaking goal 6:11 into the third period and the San Jose Sharks beat the Edmonton Oilers 3-2 on Saturday night.
Martin Havlat and Joe Thornton also scored for the Sharks, who won their second straight. San Jose has three consecutive home victories for the first time this season.
Jordan Eberle and Ryan Jones scored for the Oilers, who have lost three...
Dan Boyle gave an injury update last night after the game:
“I don’t want to make it sound like an excuse, but [injuries have] been a factor. I had a broken foot there for a while, and it really hurt my skating. Just being healthy for me has been a big difference the last five or six games or so.” -Sharks Talk
“A big difference.” You don’t say.
Let’s go back...
Joe Thornton and the rest of the Sharks feel comfortable at HP Pavilion again, and it's starting to pay off. Patrick Marleau scored the tie-breaking goal 6:11 into the third period for the Sharks, who beat the Edmonton...
The Sharks are down 4-2. It's the start of the 3rd. Play thus far has had moments of not quite brilliance surrounded by a lot of not so good play. Defensive lapses, bad passing, a lack of communication, penalties, turnovers, things that have become par for the course for the Sharks of late. Then, something amazing (ly smelly) happened. Cat 1, he of the white tipped paws, went...
Former third-liner clicks with Pavelski and Thornton
Todd McLellan says he doesn’t think booing is a good motivational tool, but he’ll take it if it works. I agree. I prefer a stern silence, but any help is welcome. The Sharks did get booed Thursday night. Even though they won, there were still holes in their game big enough to boo.
In a few minutes, Nitty will start for the Worcester Sharks against the Albany Devils...
The San Jose Sharks grinded with the Edmonton Oilers for two periods, but when the third started they took their game to the next level and earned another two points by topping the Oil 3-2.
The Sharks were trailing in the second period, but after a Joe Thornton goal they went into the dressing room tied at two. It wasnât until the third period that the Sharks played up...
If Martin Havlat didn't have bad luck … well, then he wouldn't be Martin Havlat. Here's how the San Jose Sharks forward left their 3-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night — on his hands and knees after appearing to injure his leg on a line change in the third period:
The other incident referenced in the clip was a puck that hit Ales Hemsky on the side...
After blowing back-to-back third-period leads in losses, the San Jose Sharks' confidence has been restored by a comeback victory of their own.
The Sharks look to build on the impressive win Saturday night when they host the struggling Edmonton Oilers in their first meeting of the season.
In the opener of a six-game homestand Thursday against Colorado, Brent Burns, Joe Pavelski...
The Sharks Live Blog for the December 17, 2011 game between the San Jose Sharks and the Edmonton Oilers on CSN California and Hockey Night in Canada.
Special teams propel Sharks as San Jose scores the winner with a man advantage and was 2 for 2 on penalty kills.
The San Jose Sharks got their six-game homestand off to a promising start and will try for back-to-back wins for the first time in almost a month when they entertain the Edmonton Oilers tonight at HP Pavilion.