Found December 10, 2011 on Miami Herald:
The St. Louis Blues look to continue their surge up the standings under head coach Ken Hitchcock as they play host this evening to the San Jose Sharks.

Cole makes his mark despite spot duty

When the Blues' defense is healthy, Ian Cole appears to be the odd man out. But the 2007 first-round pick is making that decision difficult to support these days. Cole recently played a stretch of eight consecutive games while Carlo Colaiacovo sat out with a hamstring njury. He came out of it with a plus-5 rating intact, but when Colaiacovo returned, Cole went back to being...

McLellan Shuffles Lineup, Unplugs Offense

Is Patrick Marleau really a third-line player?Sharks coach Todd McLellan must think to. He moved Marleau, now scoreless in six games, to the No. 3 grouping with 900-year center Michael Handzus. Marleau didn’t pout about playing with the career checker.“Zeus is just a really good player,” he told the San Jose Mercury News after his relegation. “He’s got such a great skill...

Blues Defeat Ducks 4-2

The Ducks were back on the road after a win against the Kings on Tuesday.  Although they kept some of the positive momentum going, they were unable to get a second win in a row against the St. Louis Blues.  St. Louis grabbed the lead and refused to give it back in their 4-2 victory. "We played a pretty good game," said Selanne. "The difference was we had a couple...

Brian Elliott makes 24 saves for 4th shutout of season, Blues beat Sharks 1-0

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Blues prevail, improve to 10-2-3 under Hitchcock

ST. LOUIS (AP) T.J. Oshie scored twice, defenseman Ian Cole added his first goal of the season and Jaroslav Halak made 20 saves to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 4-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Thursday night.

Hockey Guy: Sharks shuffle lines, kill chemistry

Is Patrick Marleau really a third-line player?

Sharks' struggling offense erupts against Dallas

Brad Winchester took advantage of his first chance to play with Joe Thornton, one of the NHL's best playmakers. Inserted in the top line, Winchester joined Ryane Clowe and Torrey Mitchell with goals during a six-minute...

Three-goal flurry gives Sharks a 5-2 win.

Ryane Clowe, Brad Winchester and Torrey Mitchell scored in a 6-minute span of the second period to rally the San Jose Sharks past the Dallas Stars 5-2 on Thursday night.

Sharks rally in second to overcome rival Stars

Ryane Clowe, Brad Winchester and Torrey Mitchell scored in a 6-minute span of the second period to rally the San Jose Sharks past the Dallas Stars 5-2 on Thursday night.

Joe Thornton happy for Blues’ David Perron

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San Jose Sharks assistant Matt Shaw defends fighting in NHL

Matt Shaw, who once worked with the late Derek Boogaard, says 'fighting in hockey is both cultural to the game and generational to the game. That's a very difficult thing to change.'

Recap: San Jose vs. Dallas

Ryane Clowe scored the go-ahead goal in the second period, and the San Jose Sharks salvaged a split of a four-game homestand with a 5-2 victory over the Dallas Stars.
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