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San Jose Mercury News May 23, 2016

Sharks, Blues chippy with one another in Game 5

San Jose defenseman Roman Polak gets into it with members of his old team, and Sharks winger Tommy Wingels gets a fighting major.

Jones shuts out Blues 4-0 as Sharks even series

Jones stopped all 26 shots he faced for his second shutout of the playoffs as the Sharks beat the Blues 4-0 at Scottrade Center. The Sharks were able to keep the puck in the offensive zone and Dainius Zubrus found Tommy Wingels in the high slot. The Sharks took advantage of their second power play of the night after Burns was slashed by Troy Brouwer, with Burns scoring his fifth goal of the playoffs off an assist from Joe Pavelski with 12:56 remaining in the second period. Burns added a power-play goal with 8:02 remaining, his sixth of the playoffs, on a one-timer off a pass from...
Fear The Fin May 17, 2016

Sharks vs. Blues Game 2: Jones' shutout evens series

San Jose takes one of two on the road to steal home ice advantage away from St. Louis. The Sharks continue to fight their way back from every loss they suffer in the 2016 playoffs, taking Game 2 of the Western Conference Final tonight to even the series at one before it shifts to San Jose for Games 3 and 4. Tommy Wingels, Brent Burns and Dainius Zubrus scored goals (Burns twice) while Martin Jones stopped 26 Blues shots for his second shutout of the playoffs. After surrendering the first goal in Game 1, the Sharks jumped out to an early lead just 2:07 into Game 2. It was the fourth line...
Fear The Fin May 17, 2016

Sharks vs. Blues, Game 2: Tommy Wingels gives San Jose 1-0 lead after first

San Jose dominated in the first period and Wingels gave them an early goal. A strong first period by San Jose helped the Sharks to a 1-0 lead at the first intermission. Tommy Wingels has the game's lone tally, a goal that came early in the first period. Check it. Ignoring that NBC didn't spell Wingels' name right, this is a pretty nice goal from the fourth line. Secondary scoring is often crucial in the playoffs and so far the depth play is going in San Jose's favor. That's Wingels' second playoff goal, the first game in game one of the second round with the Nashville net empty.
Sharks forward is at home here

Sharks forward is at home here

For San Jose’s Tommy Wingels, the Sharks’ matchup against the Blues in the Western Conference finals couldn’t have worked out better.

Matt Nieto improves; Tommy Wingels, Brenden Dillon among those excited for first conference final game

Forward Matt Nieto was back on the ice early Sunday afternoon, a sure sign of the progress he’s made from the undisclosed injury he suffered early last week against the Nashville Predators. Nieto was skating with a small group that… Continue Reading → The post Matt Nieto improves;...
San Jose Mercury News May 12, 2016
Matt Nieto out, but San Jose Sharks loose, focused before do-or-die Game 7

Matt Nieto out, but San Jose Sharks loose, focused before do-or-die Game 7

(Josie Lepe/Bay Area News Group)Forward Matt Nieto will not play Thursday night with an undisclosed injury as Tommy Wingels will draw into the Sharks' lineup for a decisive Game 7 of their second round series with the Nashville Predators.

Matt Nieto out, but San Jose Sharks loose, focused before do-or-die Game 7

Forward Matt Nieto will not play Thursday night with an undisclosed injury as Tommy Wingels will draw into the Sharks’ lineup for a decisive Game 7 of their second round series with the Nashville Predators. Wingels, dressing for the first… Continue Reading → The post Matt Nieto out,...
San Jose Mercury News May 8, 2016

Sharks bench Tommy Wingels in favor of Dainius Zubrus

Zubrus was healthy scratch for first nine games of NHL playoffs, but San Jose coach Pete DeBoer felt he could make impact against the Nashville Predators.
Fear The Fin May 7, 2016

Sharks vs. Predators, Game 5 Lines: Dainius Zubrus draws into the lineup

Peter DeBoer has made his first change of the postseason. Sharks head coach Peter DeBoer made his first change of the postseason by replacing Tommy Wingels with Dainius Zubrus on the fourth line. Wingels hasn't particularly played well, though he's arguably been better than the likes of Nick Spaling during the playoffs thus far. San Jose's first losing streak of the playoffs prompted the first change, as DeBoer has had the luxury of not making too many tough decisions during the first nine games of the playoffs. Here are the projected lines from tonight's contest, per FOTB Kevin...
San Jose Mercury News May 7, 2016

Dainius Zubrus in, Tommy Wingels out as Sharks look to bounce back in Game 5

(Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)The Sharks are making one lineup change as they prepare to host the Nashville Predators in a pivotal Game 5 on Saturday night at SAP Center.

Dainius Zubrus in, Tommy Wingels out as Sharks look to bounce back in Game 5

The Sharks are making one lineup change as they prepare to host the Nashville Predators in a pivotal Game 5 on Saturday night at SAP Center. Dainius Zubrus will dress for the Sharks for the first time in the playoffs… Continue Reading → The post Dainius Zubrus in, Tommy Wingels out as...

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