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Sharks dominate the Ducks

  cheechoocelebration.jpg The Sharks dominated the Ducks in tonight’s game. The Sharks limited the Ducks to 13 shots overall, none of which came in the 3rd period. The Sharks started the game at a fast pace. They hit hard and made great passes. They halfway in the first period Thorton ripped a hard wrist shot from the hash-marks and made the score 1-0. Then about five minutes into the second period the Ducks scored a weird goal to tie the game at 1. That was about all that happened in the first 2 periods. The 3rd period was a different story. There was a lot of action from both teams. The Ducks took 2 penalties at the same time. One for hooking and the other for cross-checking. The Sharks didn’t get a shot on net on the 5 on 3. Then the Ducks had a 3 on 2 break -away.  Marleau made a smart play and checked Getslav off the puck. Then Getslav got up, chased Marleua behind the net, and knocked him over. Marleau still got the puck to Cambell’s stick. Then a couple minutes later the Ducks took a hooking penalty. Then on the next shift the Ducks took a delay-of-game penalty to give the Sharks a 5 on 3 for the second time that game. This time something came out of it. Pavelski passed the puck to Cambell, who passed it to Roenick, who burried the puck close side to give the Sharks a 2-1 lead. Nothing really happened until there was a minute and a half left in the game. Cheechoo got the puck at center and passed the puck to Thorton. Then as Cheechoo turned around Kunitz elbowed Cheechoo in the back of the head to send him on the ice. Cheechoo was alright. The Sharks were able to hang onto the lead and get the win to put them 7 points in front of the Ducks and 10 points in front of Dallas.

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My 3 Stars of the Game

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1 Roenick 2 Thorton  3 Cambell

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Pronger Stomp Gets 8 Game Suspension

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Sharks squeak a win in shootout

sharks-celebrating3.jpg The San Jose Sharks played The Minnesota Wild last night. The game started off well. Then about 4 minutes into the game the sharks JR scored the first goal. Then with about 8 minutes left in the period the wild scored a weird goal to tie the game. That was all that happened in the 1st period.  Then at 12:37 Curtis Brown got a pass from JR and got the sharks a 1 goal lead. Then a few minutes later Kurtis Foster went behind the net when Mitchell accidentally knocked him over and broke his knee. Mitchell only got a 2 minute tripping penalty. The Sharks kept there 2-1 lead until 28.4 seconds left in the game when Marion Gaborik scored a power play goal to tie the game again. The score stayed 2-2 through the 5 minute overtime period. Then it was Shootout Time. Ron Wilson choose to shoot first. He sent out Joe Pavelski to take the first shot. Little Joe came in faked a shoot to the right and shot it in top shelf on the left side. Then the wild missed. Then Marleau missed. Then Gaborik made it. Then JR made it. Then the pressure was on Mikko Koivou. He came in on Nabokov tried to fake him out and it didn’t work. Then he shot. Nabokov was in the perfect position to save the shot and win the sharks the game.  

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My 3 Stars of the Game

3-stars.jpg 1Jr 2Pavelski 3Nabokov

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Sharks Clinch Playoff Spot

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With the shootout win that the Sharks got last night they clinched a playoff spot. They are they only team in the Pacific Division to clinch a playoff spot.

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New Franchise Record

sharks-cebrating2.jpg The San Jose Sharks have Won 9 games in a row to set a new franchise record. 

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Play of the Week – 3/9 vs. Minnesota

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Sharks Win in Shootout

nabokov.jpg The San Jose Sharks Just about rapped up the game. Then with under a minute left the Wild score a goal to tie the game at 2. The game went into overtime. Each team had many scoring chances. With about a minute and a half left the wild came in on a 2 on 1. The winger got a shot off. It hit Nabokov’s blocker and hopped over his shoulder. Then Marleau came on the back check, and batted the puck out of the crease.  Overtime ended and neither team scored a goal. It went into shootout. The Wild went first. The player shot the puck and missed. Then Pavelski came to shoot. He came in on the goalie, deked him out and scored the first goal of the shootout. Then the wild came up again they missed again. Then Cheechoo came up and also missed by a hair. Then the Wild’s Gaborik came in and scored on Nabokov. Then it all came down to the rookie Tory Mitchell. He came in and scored the game winning goal top shelf.

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