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Sharks 20th Season Video

I created a video to celebrate the Sharks 20th Season. Enjoy:

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Penguins vs. Islanders Brawl 2/11/11


After the last time these two teams played, with the Islanders losing two players to Injured Reserve one of which was their star goalie mos people expected that things weren’t going to go well. But nobody expected what happened last night. I’ll let the video do most of the explaining but the Penguins only had 6 skaters left and the Islanders only had 9.

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Rick Dipietro vs. Brent Johnson

On February 2 Rick DiPietro and Brent Johnson dropped their gloves and went at it. Johnson easily won. It was a one punch fight. But what isn’t shown is the results of the fight which is that Dipietro fractured his cheek bone when Johnson punched him. It will take Dipietro 4-5 weeks to heal which isn’t good news for the Islanders. Right now they are in last place in the Eastern Conference and are 18 points out of 8th place in the Eastern Conference. So now without their starting goaltender for the remainder of the season their odds look even worse than they did before.

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Sharks Win Third In A Row

Today the Sharks defeated the red hot Bruins in the Bruins own rink. Not only did the Sharks beat the Bruins but they shut out the Bruins two to  zero. The Sharks got a power play, backhanded top shelf goal by Couture in his first game back at 7:22 in the first. They also got an empty net goal from Setoguchi with only three seconds left in the game.

Neimi got a shutout stopping all 26 shots that came his way and Thomas let in two goals (or one if you don’t consider the empty net goal) stopping 26 out of 28 shots (or 27 if you don’t consider the empty net goal). Next the Sharks will play the Capitals on Tuesday at four in Washington. With their win today the Sharks are now in fourth place in the Western Conference. The Capitals are in fifth in the Eastern Conference. Go Sharks!

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Sharks Win Second Game in Two Days

After scoring five strait goals, one in the second and the other four coming in the third to defeat the coyotes, the Sharks carried the momentum and offensive surge they had gained into the game against the Ducks. The came out strong scoring three goals in the first period. The first from Heatley just fourteen seconds into the game, the second from Eager at 7:34 and the third a slapshot from the point that was buried into the goal by Demers at 11:15.

In the second the Sharks were outscored two to one. The Sharks lone goal was scored in between the Ducks two goals and was a power play goal scored at 15:39 by Clowe. The Ducks also scored a power play goal at 17:52 and another goal at 5:44. The score was now four to two and the Ducks had all the momentum coming into the third. The Sharks would have to hold off the Ducks in the third to get the win.

And they did exactly that. The Sharks didn’t score in the third but they held off the Ducks and kept them to only one goal in the third. That goal came at 5:36. With those two wins the Sharks are now in second in the Pacific Division passing up the Ducks with their victory and they are in fifth in the Western Conference. The will face the third seeded Bruins on Saturday. Go Sharks!

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