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San Jose Mercury News Apr 26, 2016

Purdy: Brent Burns leads San Jose Sharks in facial hair, and more

Sharks might be hairiest team in NHL playoffs, also might be emerging as one of scariest contenders for Stanley Cup
Fear The Fin Apr 21, 2016

Sharks vs. Kings Game 4: Brent Burns plays a complete game

The defender dominated on both ends of the ice in the Sharks' victory. Brent Burns' most impressive attributes helped him become one of the best offensive defenders in the NHL. In Wednesday's 3-2 victory, Burns showed improvement in his defensive game while also showcasing his offensive talents. Burns' goal gave the Sharks a 1-0 lead and set the tone for the damage to come later on San Jose's power play. He also added a secondary assist on Patrick Marleau's vital insurance goal early in the third period. The two points stand out, but a quick glance through his possession numbers likely...

Sharks-Kings postgame: Brent Burns' goal start of huge night for special teams

Joel Ward had 22 assists in the regular season and two more in the first three games of the Sharks’ Western Conference first round playoff series against the Los Angeles Kings. Few were bigger than his helper on Brent Burns’… Continue Reading → The post Sharks-Kings postgame: Brent...
Fear The Fin Apr 21, 2016

Pair of power-play goals have San Jose up 2-0

So, how about that San Jose power play? The Sharks scored twice on the man-advantage in the second period to give themselves a 2-0 lead entering the second intermission. Brent Burns opened the scoring with a shot practically from his knees near the left faceoff dot and Joe Pavelski did much of the same, though his tally came from right in front of Jonathan Quick. Check out both goals below. Brent Burns: Turns out that power play isn't quite so broken after all.

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