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Fear The Fin Dec 7, 2014

Marleau's third period goal leads Sharks to fourth straight win

Despite a shaky start, San Jose continued its climb up the standings with a fourth consecutive regulation victory. For most of this season, the Calgary Flames have been winning games in which they've been thoroughly outplayed. Tonight, the Sharks returned the favor. Despite a dismal first period featuring a ton of permissive defensive play at their own blueline and an inability to generate much at the other end of the rink, San Jose improved as the game went along and ended up winning their fourth straight in regulation courtesy a third period goal by Patrick Marleau. An early injury to...
San Jose Mercury News Nov 24, 2014

Sharks remember Pat Quinn

Scott Hannan, Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau of San Jose Sharks played on Canada's 2004 World Cup for Pat Quinn, who died Sunday
Fear The Fin Nov 21, 2014

Demers for Dillon swap reaffirms Sharks' commitment to Burns on defense

One of the tacit messages this deal sends is that Burns probably isn't returning to the wing any time soon. "It's a commitment right now." Those were the words of Sharks head coach Todd McLellan back in training camp when Patrick Marleau brought up the notion that Brent Burns, converted from forward back to defense to start the season, could possibly see time up front. While McLellan qualifying his statement with "right now" seemed to leave the door open for Burns to potentially be a winger again somewhere down the road, today's trade of Jason Demers for Brenden Dillon likely indicates a...

Homecoming: Late goal by Marleau enables Sharks to steal a point in 3-2 shootout loss to Panthers

SAN JOSE — Suffice to say the Sharks didn’t play much better at home Thursday night than they played on the road over the past two weeks. A nice pass from Joe Thornton to Patrick Marleau for a goal with… Continue Reading →
San Jose Mercury News Nov 21, 2014

Sharks lose to Panthers in shootout

A goal by Patrick Marleau with 33.1 seconds left pushed San Jose and Florida into overtime, but the Sharks fall in shootout

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