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Twitter Tales: #Feeling22

Friday, 11.15.2013 / 5:07 PM PT / News
By Nicole Grazioli
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Twitter Tales: #Feeling22

 

Even though we are only 43 days into the season, last night marked the fourth and final meeting of the Pacific Division rivals. The Sharks faced the Canucks just last week at home and lost 4-2, breaking a nine-game winning streak (including playoffs) against Vancouver so they were looking to bounce back. The team was hot off a 3-2 OT win in Calgary so things were looking promising. It was a slow start indeed but thanks to a late game-tying goal from a rookie and an OT game-winner from a veteran, the Sharks add another OT win to the list and gained 2 points.

 

#HockeyWriterProblems


The question on everyone's mind:
The answer for now:
Morning Skate gets delayed due to captain's orders.
Meanwhile, rookie Tomas Hertl is smiling as usual.
After sitting out Tuesday night's game, Nemo is back in net.


First Period

The first 20 minutes were relatively quiet and quick.




Coaches discuss strategy ...


Second Period

A special guest was present at the game: Gordie Howe. Mr. Hockey gets a well-deserved standing ovation from fans in the crowd.




Sharks offense decided to hold off on the scoring for awhile. Thanks Nemo.



Third Period

Dinner proposals start to take place in exchange for a Sharks goal.

This is odd. Pavelski throwing a punch?

Two minutes to go in the 3rd. Did you guys know that Luongo has never had a shutout against the Sharks? Wouldn't want to jinx it ...
Some of our Sharks fans our psychic.

#NinjaHertl to the rescue!


Even though Luongo tweeted this after Hertl's 4-goal night vs the Rangers ... Time to add him to the list of goalies who have fallen to #HertlPower.


Thornton, you are amazing, always.

Overtime

It wouldn't be Sharks hockey without a little overtime, right? Unfortunate call for the Canucks. Fortunate call for the Sharks
Sharks broadcasters Randy Hahn and Drew Remenda: "... Here's Couture, far side Boyle shoots ... SCORESSS ... no no no no .... wait."  Red light doesn't go off. Refs don't indicate it's a goal but Sharks think they've won. Time to review it ... what else is new?




Apparently the number 2 is VERY lucky.


A hockey OT win and a basketball win at the buzzer. Great night for Bay Area sports teams I'd say.

#SJSharks becomes a trending topic in the US. Thanks Sharks fans!


SCHEDULE

HOME
AWAY
PROMOTIONAL

STANDINGS

PACIFIC DIVISION
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 LAK 54 33 18 3 151 128 69
2 SJS 54 29 20 5 158 144 63
3 ANA 54 27 19 8 123 127 62
4 ARI 55 25 24 6 144 168 56
5 VAN 55 22 21 12 127 149 56
6 CGY 54 25 26 3 144 160 53
7 EDM 57 22 29 6 139 169 50

STATS

2015-2016 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
J. Pavelski 54 25 27 18 52
B. Burns 54 18 30 -11 48
J. Thornton 54 12 36 17 48
P. Marleau 54 17 18 -17 35
J. Ward 52 15 17 -11 32
M. Vlasic 51 7 24 8 31
T. Hertl 53 11 16 5 27
J. Donskoi 49 10 16 2 26
L. Couture 24 5 13 4 18
J. Braun 52 1 17 8 18
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
M. Jones 26 15 3 .916 2.34
A. Stalock 3 5 2 .884 2.94
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