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NESN.com Feb 18, 2019

Erik Karlsson, Brent Burns Give Sharks Lethal Blue-Line Combination

The San Jose Sharks are one of the hottest teams going right now. The team has won seven of its... Read More »
The Mercury News Feb 13, 2019
Thoughts: how Sharks’ Brent Burns pulled ahead in the Norris Trophy race

Thoughts: how Sharks’ Brent Burns pulled ahead in the Norris Trophy race

Brent Burns leads NHL defensemen in scoring with 63 points in 57 games.
SFGate Feb 8, 2019

Kane has 2 goals and an assist, Sharks beat Flames 5-2

CALGARY, Alberta — Evander Kane scored twice and added an assist in the San Jose Sharks’ 5-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Thursday. Tomas Hertl also scored twice, and Brent Burns added a goal, and Martin Jones made 36 saves. The Sharks have won four straight to move within two points of Calgary for the Pacific Division lead. Mark Jankowski and TJ Brodie scored for Calgary. The Flames lost at home in regulation for the first time in nine games. Mike Smith took the loss after stopping 16 in relief after David Rittich was pulled in the first period. After Calgary opened the scoring on...
Fear The Fin Feb 8, 2019
Sharks 5, Flames 2: Radim’s Revenge

Sharks 5, Flames 2: Radim’s Revenge

Is it too soon to officially call this matchup a rivalry? The Sharks had revenge on their minds coming into tonight’s game against the Calgary Flames. But instead of fighting fire with fire, the Sharks took a different path and got revenge where it counted — on the scoreboard. The Flames scored first, when Mark Jankowski redirected a point shot past Martin Jones, but the Sharks countered with three goals over the course of four minutes, including a Brent Burns goal on an almost empty net that ended David Rittich’s night. San Jose exited the first period with a 3-1 lead. Mike Smith...
Sportsnet.ca Feb 7, 2019
Rittich gets yanked after allowing two brutal goals to Sharks

Rittich gets yanked after allowing two brutal goals to Sharks

Watch as David Rittich gives up two questionable goals to the Sharks, with Evander Kane tallying before Brent Burns, before getting pulled in favour of Mike Smith. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Calgary Sun Feb 6, 2019

GameDay: Sharks at Flames — 5 storylines

San Jose Sharks (31-16-7) at Calgary Flames (34-14-5) 7 p.m., Scotiabank Saddledome, Sportsnet One/Sportsnet 960 The Fan THE BIG MATCHUP Sharks D Brent Burns vs Flames D Mark Giordano These two may not be squaring up directly against one another all that often, but they’re the two highest-scoring defencemen in the league this season. Burns’ […]
SFGate Feb 6, 2019

Sharks’ Joe Pavelski scores in OT to beat Winnipeg in overtime

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Joe Pavelski knows the Sharks caught a break at the right time. The Sharks were shorthanded for a second time in overtime against Winnipeg on Tuesday night, and then Jets forward Patrik Laine had the puck knocked away by San Jose defenseman Brent Burns. Burns passed the puck to Pavelski, who fired the winning shot over Connor Hellebuyck’s glove at 2:49 of the extra period to give the Sharks a 3-2 victory. “We get a turnover on the (penalty kill) there in overtime and we were able to finally catch them,” said Pavelski, who scored his 29th goal of the season and...
Fear The Fin Feb 3, 2019
Quick Bites: Brent Burns dons his cape in 3-2 OT win

Quick Bites: Brent Burns dons his cape in 3-2 OT win

Sharks gain ground in the Pacific Division race. When the puck dropped for the San Jose Sharks and Arizona Coyotes last night, there was a lot on the line. The Sharks had a chance to gain some ground on the Calgary Flames in the Pacific Division race and stay ahead of the Vegas Golden Knights, while the Coyotes had a chance to inch closer to that second wild card spot in the West. In the end, it the Sharks that got the job done. Despite losing 3-2 in overtime, give Arizona credit, because they just kept coming. Looking at Corsi courtesy of Natural Stat Trick, you can see the Coyotes...
The Mercury News Feb 3, 2019
Takeaways: No question about it — Brent Burns remains the Sharks’ MVP

Takeaways: No question about it — Brent Burns remains the Sharks’ MVP

Norris Trophy winner nets OT winner and leads the Sharks, plus all NHL defensemen, with 57 points

Burns' OT goal leads Sharks past Coyotes 3-2

Brent Burns scored 3:14 into overtime and the San Jose Sharks returned from a 10-day break to beat the Arizona Coyotes 3-2 on Saturday night.
The Mercury News Feb 3, 2019
Brent Burns’ OT goal lifts Sharks past Arizona Coyotes

Brent Burns’ OT goal lifts Sharks past Arizona Coyotes

Brent Burns scored with 1:46 left in overtime and goalie Martin Jones finished with 31 saves as the Sharks earned a 3-2 win over the Coyotes at SAP Center
Golden Gate Sports Jan 27, 2019

San Jose Sharks host incredible 2019 NHL All-Star Weekend

The San Jose Sharks hosted the 2019 NHL All-Star Game this past weekend, providing the league and its fans with a fantastic three days of festivities. The 2019 NHL All-Star weekend is officially over and all of the NHL’s brightest stars have left the city of San Jose to go back to their respective cities. […] San Jose Sharks host incredible 2019 NHL All-Star Weekend - Golden Gate Sports - Golden Gate Sports - A Bay Area Sports Site
Fear The Fin Jan 27, 2019
All-Star Game Weekend: Doughty, Fleury, Gibson and more

All-Star Game Weekend: Doughty, Fleury, Gibson and more

The San Jose Sharks’ most memorable moments during the All-Star Skills competition weren’t in competition. Erik Karlsson finished second to last in the Premier Passer contest. Brent Burns’s first shot actually missed the net, but he did wind up as the runner-up in Hardest Shot with a 100.6 blast. Joe Pavelski finished fourth in Accuracy Shooting. But for the Sharks and their fans, and especially Burns and Pavelski, it was an unforgettable night. Shoot, score, celly. The kids showing how it’s done. #NHLAllStar pic.twitter.com/p4rgzTPZjZ— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) January...
SFGate Jan 27, 2019

Sharks, Pacific Division teammates stumble at All-Star festivities

The only finger-pointing at this All-Star Game in San Jose was directed at how poorly the Pacific Division performed. The Sharks’ trio of Joe Pavelski, Erik Karlsson and Brent Burns were quickly and unceremoniously dispatched from championship contention at SAP Center after a 10-4 loss to the Central Division. Where was Owen Nolan when this All-Star Game needed him most? “Terrible outcome,” Karlsson interrupted when Burns was trying to put a happy face on the weekend’s activities by saying there was “a good energy.” The defenseman’s comment drew a laugh, almost like the ones his...
Sportsnet.ca Jan 26, 2019
O’Reilly picks off Burns’ pass, avoids Fleury’s poke-check then scores

O’Reilly picks off Burns’ pass, avoids Fleury’s poke-check then scores

Watch as Ryan O’Reilly intercepts Brent Burns’ pass and avoids Marc-Andre Fleury’s poke check to finish on an open net to extend the Central All-Stars’ lead. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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