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The Sharks eked out a 3-2 victory over the Canucks after a shootout Tuesday. It was the Sharks’ second-straight victory, which is great given that it was the first time that happened this season in a month that doesn’t end with -anuary.
But, by most accounts, San Jose stole the game from Vancouver. Thanks to rare goals from, of all people, freaking Scott Gomez and Adam Burish, gutsy penalty killing late by Brad Stuart and another sensational performance between the pipes by Antti Niemi, the Sharks managed to leave Rogers Arena with two points despite being outplayed throughout most of the game by their opponent. Really, the Sharks got lucky.
This was the opinion conveyed by both Bret Hedican and Ray Ratto on CSN immediately following the game. But by the time they kicked it to Randy Hahn and Drew Remenda in Vancouver, Remenda was visibly incredulous—practically insulted—after hearing his colleagues. Here was his forceful rebuttal:
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A streaker took the ice during the second intermission of the Calgary Flames-San Jose Sharks game Wednesday night. The half-naked man stripped down to his boxers and scaled the glass before running to center ice doing what looked to be like a robot-esque walk. His fifteen minutes of fame were short-lived though, as security quickly escorted him off the ice. Here’s a closer look...
Scott Gomez and Adam Burish ended long goal droughts and Joe Pavelski scored the shootout winner as the San Jose Sharks defeated the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 on Tuesday night.
Brad Stuart added two assists and Antti Niemi made 36 saves for San Jose, which won its second straight game after a stretch in which it went 2-6-4.
Gomez's goal was his first of the season and just his...
The San Jose Sharks left Vancouver with two points and they did it by leaving nothing behind in a 3-2 shootout win. Scott Gomez and Adam Burish both scored their first goals as Sharks as the depth scoring is sparse, but tonight it was timely.
Joe Pavelski scored the winner in the fourth round of the shootout, but he wasnât the only story line in tonightâs game.
The Sharks split their Western Canada road trip after the Flames handily took them down 4-1.
The game was tied after the second period 1-1; however Calgary was the better team from the drop of the puck.
The Sharks have been unable to get their momentum going again since their quick start. Tonight was an opportunity to keep the wheels turning but they simply got outworked against a team...
Over the years on Outside the Boxscore, we've posted some pretty notable fan intrusions during sporting events but this one from last night's Calgary Flames/San Jose Sharks NHL affair is pretty darn impressive.
Check out this fan who found his way onto the ice at the Scotiabank Saddledome during the second intermission and it has been noted that he had to leap over the...
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Vancouver is back home once again to take on the high-flying San Jose Sharks. This one should have all the action and intensity of a playoff game because these two teams really don't like each other.
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Brad Stuart hasn't given anyone reason to regret that he's a Shark again, but last night he made a particular splash with some extra gritty play and a charming grin to show off the dental work he got during the game. Stuart made an excellent ambassador for a team that had just scrambled to a shootout win after dropping a two goal lead.
The Sharks were outshot (33-22 in...
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