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Marleau gives Sharks 3-0 series lead
Overtime winner pushes Kings to the brink
by Mike Lee
The Sharks haven't had much luck winning in Los Angeles the past two years. San Jose has lost a combined 8 games on Staples Center ice dating back to last season, so it was easy to expect them to lose Game 3 of the Sharks Western Conference Quarter Finals matchup with the Kings. The Kings also had every intention of continuing that streak by jumping out to a pair of leads, only to be rebuffed by a Sharks team that has put itself one win away from the Conference Semi-Finals, after beating the Kings 4-3 in overtime.
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Don't get too excited - at least not yet
We've seen this first-round dominance before
by Paul Krill
So far, so good. Through two playoff games, the Sharks have dominated their opponent, the Los Angeles Kings, with just a couple of glitches. These include falling behind 2-0 in Game 2 and giving up three goals in the first 14 minutes of the third period of Game 1. But the Sharks have poured in 13 goals against a Kings team known for stingy defense and great goaltending.
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Sharks pound Kings for 2-0 series lead
Balanced scoring results in another offensive outburst
by Mike Lee
The San Jose Sharks have been guilty of laying down their guard after big performances this season, so all eyes were on San Jose to what they would do on Sunday after walloping the Los Angeles Kings in Game 1 of their Western Conference Quarter Finals match-up. San Jose responded by literally one-upping their 6 goal outburst in Game 1, by putting 7 pucks past Jonathan Quick in a second consecutive white-washing of the Kings. 7 different Sharks scored en route to a 7-2 victory and a 2-0 lead in the best-of-7 series.
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Three Sharks Teams in the Same Game
Which one will show up for Game 2 and beyond?
by Paul Krill
For a while, Game 1 was everything a Sharks fan could dream of. The Sharks were pummeling the Kings, who looked more like a minor league team out there. Did anybody think the Sharks would run up a 5-0 lead, including two goals very late in the first period? Everybody was getting into the act: Raffi Torres, Patrick Marleau, Joe Thornton, Marc-Eduoard Vlasic and, with his first career playoff goal, Tomas Hertl. Through the first two periods, the Sharks looked invincible. Kings star goalie Jonathan Quick was chased.
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Sharks make a statement
6 different players score for SJ in 6-3 win
by Mike Lee
The Sharks opened the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs with a big start on Thursday night at SAP Center. They then took their foot off the gas and finished the game by allowing the Los Angeles Kings to score three 3rd period goals. Not the perfect performance, but in the end San Jose's 6 tallies were enough to power the Sharks to a Game 1 victory. If the game was any indication, the series is going to be a humdinger.
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RECENT MILESTONES
12/29 Bracken Kearns - 1st NHL Goal (vs ANA)

12/29 Logan Couture - 100th NHL Goal (vs ANA)

12/19 Patrick Marleau - 1200th NHL Game (@ LA)

12/5 Dan Boyle - 900th NHL Game (@ PIT)

11/27 Tyler Kennedy - 100th NHL Assist (vs LA)

11/2 Joe Thornton - 800th NHL Assist (vs PHO)

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RECENT TRANSACTIONS
2/5 Acquired F Chad Rau,from the Minnesota Wild for F Curt Gogol

2/4 Assigned LW Eriah Hayes to Worcester (AHL)

2/3 Recalled D Matt Tennyson from Worcester (AHL)

2/1 Assigned LW John McCarthy to Worcester (AHL)

1/24 Assigned D Taylor Doherty to Worcester (AHL)

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 SHARK SNAPSHOT
Pacific Div W L OTL Pts
(1) Anaheim 52 20 8 112
(4) San Jose 51 22 9 111
(6) Los Angeles 46 28 7 99
(9) Phoenix 36 30 15 87
(12) Vancouver 35 34 11 81
(13) Calgary 35 39 7 77
(14) Edmonton 28 44 9 65
SJ Home 29 7 5 63
SJ Road 22 15 4 48

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LEADERS
Scoring Gm G A Pts PIM
Pavelski 82 41 38 79 32
Thornton 82 11 65 76 32
Marleau 82 33 37 70 18
Couture 65 23 31 54 20
Burns 69 22 26 48 34

Goaltending W L OTL Sv% GAA
Niemi 39 17 7 .913 2.39
Stalock 12 5 2 .932 1.87

Special Teams # Eff% Rnk
Power Play 50/291 .17.2% 20th
Penalty Kill 33/219 84.9% 7th

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