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Mike Smith made 31 saves in his 12th NHL shutout, and the Coyotes beat the San Jose Sharks 3-0 on Saturday night.
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Mike Smith made 31 saves in his 12th NHL shutout, and the Phoenix Coyotes beat the San Jose Sharks 3-0 on Saturday night.
Radim Vrbata, Boyd Gordon and Patrick O'Sullivan all scored for Phoenix. Smith won for the sixth time in seven games and posted his first shutout since April 3, 2011.
Smith handled the Sharks constant pressure in the third period and made 15 saves.
Mike Smith made 31 saves in his 12th NHL shutout, and the Coyotes beat the Sharks 3-0 on Saturday night.
SAN JOSE, California -- San Jose Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has assigned forward Frazer McLaren to the Worcester Sharks on a conditioning assignment.
McLaren, 23, posted 22 pen...
8:30 p.m.: The Coyotes are in San Jose tonight, looking to get a big win against the Sharks.
I did harp on how important the third period would be in last night’s Coyotes @ Sharks game. I’d like to start with how obvious it was that the Sharks took the third period very seriously, worked hard and had their heads in the game, even if the first and the second periods slipped through the cracks.
I’d like to, but I have to settle for giving the team the benefit of the...
The Coyotes play the Sharks Saturday night to open a five-game trip, their longest of the season.
When visiting players with roots in Ontario, Canada, return to play at the Toronto Maples Leafs, it can be a moving experience.
SHARKS VS. PHOENIXFaceoff: 7:30 p.m. at HP PavilionTV/Radio: CSNCA/98.5, 102.1, 92.1Coyotes update: The 52 shots and six goals given up by the Coyotes to the Sharks on opening night are both season highs against Phoenix.
Torrey Mitchell and Devin Setoguchi went out to dinner together one night before facing off against each other. Once they hit the ice, it was all business for the two former teammates. Patrick Marleau scored two power-play goals in the second period, and the San Jose Sharks snapped Minnesota's five-game winning streak with a 3-1 victory over the Wild on Thursday night.
The San Jose Sharks have scored three or more goals in four straight games, winning three of those, and will continue a six-game homestand this evening versus the Phoenix Coyotes at HP Pavilion.
By MATT BEARDMORE
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...