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Silver Seven Mar 22, 2015

Sens Week Ahead : Mar 22 to 28

Three games makes the week feel downright slow compared to recently .prevbox:nth-of-type(2n) { float: left; } .prevbox:nth-of-type(2n-1) { float: left; } .prevbox:nth-of-type(4n) { float: right; } .prevbox:nth-of-type(4n-1) { float: right; } Sharks @ Senators Monday, March 23rd, 7:30pmTSN5Prev game : @Canadiens, Saturday, March 21stNext game : @Red Wings, Thursday, March 26thHot : Joe Thornton - 5P (1G, 4A) in last 4 GPCold : Patrick Marleau - 0P in last 7 GP In the nine games since their last meeting with Ottawa, the Sharks have been somewhat adrift.  They haven't really been...
Fear The Fin Mar 19, 2015

Game 71: Sharks vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

Canadian portion of road trip continues with stop in Toronto. With little left to play for in a competitive sense, as the Sharks' playoff odds took a near-fatal hit on Tuesday and now hover around 7%, it's time to shift to more development-oriented objectives as San Jose plays out the string on their disappointing 2014-15 season. To that end, Todd McLellan has finally assembled some sensible line combinations (about two months too late), giving Chris Tierney and Tomas Hertl a chance to get Patrick Marleau going while Logan Couture will center Matt Nieto and Tommy Wingels on what should be...
Fear The Fin Mar 8, 2015

Bounces doom Sharks in devastating loss to Vancouver

Bad luck and missed opportunities will haunt Sharks as another nail is hammered into the coffin of their playoff hopes. When all is said and done, hockey is a game of bounces. The Sharks discovered that firsthand in debilitating fashion tonight, generating more than enough scoring chances to beat Vancouver in a crucial Pacific Division showdown at the Tank but ultimately falling short thanks to little more than bad luck. First, Patrick Marleau missed a gaping net on a second period odd-man rush that would have put the Sharks up 3-1. Then, a Tommy Wingels stuff attempt early in the third...
San Jose Mercury News Mar 6, 2015

Sharks forward Patrick Marleau showing signs his scoring touch is returning

Marleau has three goals for Sharks in past four games, says staying positive is key to turning things around

No, Sharks have not asked Thornton or Marleau to waive their no-trade clauses — plus Sheppard to the Rangers and rest of team huddles off-site

SAN JOSE – We’ll get to the day’s events in a minute. My main mission this morning was to check with Patrick Marleau to see if anyone had approached him about waiving his no-trade clause, what with the deadline upon… Continue Reading →

Sharks’ home skid continues with loss to Ottawa

Mike Hoffman’s power-play goal 7:59 into the third period snapped a tie and sent the Ottawa Senators on to a 4-2 win over the Sharks at sold-out SAP Center on Saturday. The Sharks, who let a one-goal lead through 40 minutes turn into a regulation loss for a second straight game, lost for the eighth straight time at home for the first time since Feb. 18-March 26, 1995. Niemi couldn’t handle a soft wrist shot from the right boards by center Kyle Turris and San Jose defenseman Scott Hannan failed to tie up Stone’s stick. A power-play goal by left wing Patrick Marleau gave the Sharks a...

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