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Marcus Sorensen said he wasn’t necessarily surprised when Ottawa Senators forward Ryan Dzingel grabbed him near the front of the San Jose net early in the third period and started to throw punches in his direction.

the Sharks were taking full advantage of a fragile Senators team.,Perhaps Sorensen could sense the frustration. After all

The Sharks jumped all over the Senators from the start and never let up in a 5-0 win at SAP Center. Logan Couture had a goal and two assists to reach 401 points for his NHL career and Aaron Dell made 25 saves for his second shutout of the season.

Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Melker Karlsson,adidas Connor Hellebuyck jersey, Joe Pavelski and Tomas Hertl all scored for the Sharks, who held the Senators to just 14 shots through the first two periods.

After Dzingel’s fight with Sorensen, Alex Burrows was given a game misconduct with 5:09 to go in the third period as caught Sharks defenseman Dylan DeMelo with a stick to the face. Ottawa, which now has just one win in its last 11 games, picked up 26 penalty minutes in the third period and Burrows was given a fighting major and a game misconduct.

Sharks coach Pete DeBoer didn’t have an update on DeMelo, after the game., who was bleeding as he left the ice

” Couture said. “It’s unfortunate. He cuts him and gets him between the eyes. It’s something that doesn’t belong in this game and it’s a player that’s had a history.”,“It was a butt end in the face. I had a pretty clear view of it

the Sharks’ game against the Senators could have been perceived as their easiest on their three-game homestand.,Coming into Saturday

the Senators have gone 3-8-2 and came into Saturday 15th in the Eastern Conference.,Ottawa had gone 1-6-1 away from home since Nov. 19 and came into Saturday with a pedestrian 5-6-2 road record for the season. Since a blockbuster three-team trade with Nashville and Colorado on Nov. 5 that saw Matt Duchene come from the Avalanche to Canada’s capital city

The Sharks, who host Minnesota on Sunday, didn’t allow the Senators their first on goal until there was 7:18 left in the first period. By that point, the Sharks already had 10 shots and scored their first goal shortly after as Couture scored on a 2 on 1 with Kevin Labanc with 7:05 to go in the first.

continuing the momentum they built from late in the second period of Thursday’s game against Carolina when they climbed back from a 4-1 deficit.,The Sharks added goals by Vlasic and Karlsson in the second period

” Sharks coach Pete DeBoer said. “We really wanted to concentrate on having a good start. Obviously last game getting down 3-0 early against Carolina wasn’t the way we wanted to start here at home and I thought we fixed that tonight.,“It was an important game for us

“We had a great first period and that kind of set the tone for the night.”

With Danny O’Regan in the minors and Joonas Donskoi and Mikkel Boedker both hurt, Joe Thornton, the Sharks re-formed much of their original No. 1 power play unit they had at the start of the season Burns, Pavelski, Couture and Hertl formed the top unit, Chris Tierney, Vlasic and Tim Heed on the second unit.,Authentic Jake Allen jersey, and Timo Meier, Labanc

with 13 of them coming in the third period. Their 10 goals over the course of two games is a season best.,The Sharks finished with two power play goals and 21 shots on net with the man advantage

“It was nice to score some goals,Authentic Steven Stamkos jersey, nice to score some power play goals, generating a lot of chances. We haven’t finished enough this year,” DeBoer said. “Guys have been working awful hard, so it’s nice to have a night like that.

“Whether we can do that again (Sunday) night,adidas Nicklas Backstrom jersey, I don’t know, but confidence is a big part of scoring, and there’s a lot of guys feeling good about themselves tonight.”

Dell came into Saturday with a 4-3-1 record and a 1.93 goals against average that was tops among all NHL goalies with at least 10 games played.

?The Sharks announced Saturday that defenseman Paul Martin will begin a conditioning assignment with the Barracuda. Martin,Authentic Philipp Grubauer jersey, 36, had been out of action for close to two months and was rusty he returned against Carolina. There is no definitive timeline for how long Martin will need to be at the AHL level, although the maximum time allowed for a conditioning stint is two weeks.

?Forward Barclay Goodrow has a lower body injury and will miss about a week, and had scored two goals in three games since his return.,Authentic Michael Hutchinson jersey, DeBoer said. Goodrow missed seven games from Nov. 18-Dec. 1 with another upper body injury

DeBoer said.,? Forwards Donskoi (midsection) and Boedker (lower body) both remained on IR and are day-to-day at this point

McElhinney was spectacular as he stopped 41 shots including a Connor McDavid shorthanded breakaway to pick up his third win of the season. He is 3-2 with a 2.44 GAA and a .925 save percentage as the shutout lowered his GAA by 60 points and raised his save percentage by 25 points.

The scoring was completed only 34 seconds into the game when Zach Hyman scored his sixth of the season with Jake Gardiner and William Nylander picking up the assists.

Artem Anisimov scored the game winner with less than five minutes left in the third to give the Blackhawks a 3-1 win over Arizona.

There was no scoring in the first two periods but the Blackhawks got a goal from their fourth line at 7:36 of the third as Tommy Wingels picked up his fourth of the season with John Hayden and Jordan Oesterle getting the assists.

The Coyotes tied the game with less than six minutes to go as Anthony Duclair potted his seventh of the season.

Anisimov’s winner was set up by Patrick Kane who snapped a four game pointless drought with the assist as he passed Doug Wilson for points by a Blackhawk with is 780th of his career. He is now fifth all-time among Chicago players.

completed the scoring.,Nick Schmaltz with his fifth of the season

Corey Crawford stopped 31 shots for the win as he is 13-7-2 with a 2.21 GAA and a .932 save percentage. He has kept the Blackhawks in many games this season and has probably been their MVP thus far.

The Sabres were down 2-0 going into the third period but a pair of goals by Evan Rodrigues, tied the game and sent it into overtime. He has three points in his last two games and has only played three games this season after he was recalled on Monday by the Sabres. Rodrigues suffered a hand injury during training camp and was sent to the minors upon getting healthy. He had 10 points in eight games with Rochester of the AHL before his recall.,Authentic Connor Hellebuyck jersey, his first two of the season

Nino Niederreiter scored his 10th of the season in overtime as the Minnesota Wild refused to let this one get away as they upended the San Jose Sharks 4-3.

once in the first and once in the second.,The Wild got off to a 3-0 lead as Ryan Murphy with his first opened the scoring before Eric Staal scored twice

But Brent Burns then scored a couple of goals on the power play as well to give him four this season and that cut the Wild’s lead to one.

he wasn't going to let another opportunity pass.,Nino Niederreiter was frustrated at losing the puck during overtime. Once he got it back

Niederreiter scored 3:26 into the extra period and the Minnesota Wild beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 on Sunday night after squandering a three-goal lead.

Eric Staal scored twice and Ryan Murphy added a goal as the Wild extended their winning streak over the Sharks to four games.

"It's always ideal when you can get a lead," Staal said. "Special teams gave them a lot of momentum and they made some good plays but we stuck with it to get the two points.", especially on the road

Tomas Hertl tapped in a loose puck for San Jose with five minutes left in regulation to tie it at 3.

Hertl's goal followed a furious Sharks attack that Wild goalie Alex Stalock was able to fend off until a shot from Dylan DeMelo bounced off his shoulder pads and into no man's land just above the crease.

" Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said. "I think goalies like that as long as they're making the saves. It came out positive.","We faced a barrage in the third period

who had won five of seven.,Brent Burns scored twice for the Sharks

" Burns said. "It got a little exciting out there and it was still a big point.","It's so crazy with a big comeback

Stalock made 31 saves in his first appearance against his former team. Martin Jones stopped 20 shots for the Sharks.

" Stalock said. "I have a lot of good friends. I can't wait to talk to Burnsie about the second goal. He ripped it but it moved like a knuckleball.","That's the first time I've ever played against an old team

The Wild, scored twice in the first 10 minutes. A series of sharp passes set up Murphy for a power-play goal just more than four minutes in. Staal sent a pass to Jason Zucker behind the net and he found Murphy for a 1-on-1 score., winners in four of their last five games

Staal's first goal came after Ryan Suter recognized an advantage when Burns ran into Jones, who easily fired it over Jones., knocking him off his feet. Suter delivered a pass to Staal

his 12th multi-goal game.,Burns got the Sharks on the scoreboard with a power-play goal during a two-man advantage late in the second period. Burns scored again on a power play with a slap shot from just inside the blue line midway through the third

including three goals. ... Murphy scored his first goal in 69 games. ... Staal had his second multi-goal effort in five games. ... Zucker has points in eight of his last nine games.,NOTES: Sharks forward Jannik Hansen appeared in his 600th NHL game. ... Burns has six points in his last three games

Zarley Zalapski, who played for five NHL teams from 1987-88 to 1999-2000, has died at 49, the Calgary Flames announced Tuesday.

Zalapski, also played for Canada in the 1988 Olympics., a mobile defenseman with a strong shot

He began his NHL career with the Pittsburgh Penguins, and was in the middle of his best season to date in 1990-91 when the Penguins packaged him and John Cullen in a trade to the Hartford Whalers for Ron Francis and Ulf Samuelsson. That trade led to the first of back-to-back Stanley Cup championships for the Penguins., who drafted him fourth overall in 1986

Zalapski also played 12 games for the Philadelphia Flyers in 1999-2000 and spent the rest of his hockey career in the minor leagues or in Europe. He retired in 2010.

He finished with 99 goals, 384 points and 684 penalty minutes in 637 NHL games., 285 assists

" Flames President Ken King said in a statement. "We are proud that Zarley wore the Flames jersey; made Calgary his home following his playing career; represented our alumni executive; and we will always remember him as a member of the Flames family.,"We are deeply saddened with the news of Zarley's passing

"This is a terrible loss of a man with great character who truly loved the game of hockey. We express our sincere condolences to the Zalapski family."

The Sharks feel they’ll have four forward lines that can generate offense if and when they can get past some of the injury woes they’re experiencing right now.

taking turns on the wing of the third line with Chris Tierney and Timo Meier.,adidas Jake Allen jersey,The Sharks took a step in that direction Tuesday as injured forwards Joonas Donskoi and Mikkel Boedker both went through practice in non-contact jerseys

Donskoi’s and Boedker’s availability for Thursday’s game in Calgary remains unknown. Both will likely skate again Wednesday before the Sharks leave to begin an important three-game road trip against Western Canadian teams.

Ryan Carpenter was placed on waivers Tuesday and Barclay Goodrow remains sidelined with a lower body injury, so the Sharks, after the recall of center Danny O’Regan from the Barracuda,adidas Steven Stamkos jersey, have 12 healthy and available forwards with Boedker and Donskoi’s availability for Thursday.still in question.

“We’re surviving this,” Sharks coach Pete DeBoer said. “We’d like to come out the other side healthy for a little while.”, but we’ve had more than out share of injuries

It was the first time Boedker had skated in a full practice since he was hurt on Dec. 1 in a game against Florida. It was Donskoi’s second practice as continues to recover from an injury to his midsection after he was cross-checked by Michael Raffl in the Sharks’ game against Philadelphia on Nov. 28.

Logan Couture and a revitalized power play have helped San Jose weather the injury bug.,The Sharks have gone 3-2-1 without Donskoi as Brent Burns

Donskoi had two goals and two assists as he and linemates Couture and Tomas Hertl were driving a good portion of the Sharks offense.,Authentic Nicklas Backstrom jersey,In the four games prior to the injury

“It’s been frustrating, I’m not going to lie,” Donskoi said. “My body felt good, so it wasn’t a good moment to get out. But that’s how it is sometimes and it was good that it wasn’t too serious. I’ll be ready to play soon.”

While the Sharks’ 13 goals on their homestand represented a season-best over a three-game span,adidas Philipp Grubauer jersey, the Sharks were in third place in the Pacific Division with 35 points., they needed major comebacks to beat Carolina in overtime and earn a point against Minnesota. Entering Tuesday

“The message today was we showed a lot of resiliency this weekend, a lot of character coming back. But we can’t put ourselves in 3-0 holes and expect to win games,” DeBoer said. “We found a way to score more goals,adidas Michael Hutchinson jersey, offensively we’ve looked more dangerous on the power play and 5 on 5.

we were a little too loose defensively.”,“But you can’t lose that defensive foundation. In both of those games where we got behind by three

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