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Sharks Take It To Flames

The Sharks came out hard in the first period. They scored 4 goals 3 of them were on the power play. The first goal came from Pavelski at 8:04 and the first of the power play goals. Then only 27 seconds later Michalek scored the only even strength goal in the period.Marleau scored the 3rd goal again on the power play at 15:02 and tying Owen Nolan’s record for most power play goals. Then to make things worse for the Flames Thorton scored the last goal of the period at 17:42 making the score 4 to 0 Sharks. The Shot Totals for the period were the Sharks 20 and The Flames 5.

The second period wasn’t as action packed as the first. But at 1:18 of the second period Michalek got his second goal of the night making the score 5 to 0 Sharks. That was all the scoring of the second period with the Sharks at a five goal advantage and taking 15 shots and the Flames taking 8.

The third period the Flames knew that they had to score. They pressed very hard. But at 3:13 the Flames took a penalty which only 22 seconds later Pavelski got a power play goal and his second goal of the night. After Pavelski scored the Flames knew that they had to do something. So at 10:13 of the period they did. Cammalleri scored the flames one and only goal of the game. That was about it for the game with the Flames taking 11 shots that period and 24 overall . The Sharks took 11 shots in the third and 46 overall. The final score was 6 to 1 Sharks over the Flames.

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  1. jdude618on Nov 14th 2008 at 5:39 pm

    Go Sharks!!!! They BLEW OUT the Flames!! If they keep on playing like this they win the Stanley Cup!!!! I mean, 4 goals in the first period!! That is insane!

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