Found January 23, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
EDMONTON -- The San Jose Sharks are made up of some rather old dogs, but they managed to teach Edmonton's celebrated young pups some new tricks Tuesday. The Sharks rolled up a newspaper and smacked the Oilers in the nose, scoring six goals in the first period of a 6-3 rout at Rexall Place. "We got off to a good start," said Sharks coach Todd McLellan, whose club scored twice in the first five minutes, both on the power play. "There was a lot of talk of them skating and taking the tempo to us. We wanted to turn the tables on them a little bit and put pucks in areas where we could use our size. "As it turns out, we got on the power play and got a good start on them. We'd like to bottle that up and play a full 60 minutes. I don't think we played the last 40 the way we wanted to, it's still a work in progress." The Oilers, coming off a season-opening victory in Vancouver and with five young stars in their lineup, had all kinds of confiden...
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