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The Pittsburgh Penguins have the best power play in the NHL, and the Sharks PK will have to be firing on all cylinders in order to stop them.
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The Penguins have not won a game at SAP Center since Oct. 22 1997, and the Sharks hope to keep it that way against Sidney Crosby's squad.
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The last time the Penguins won in San Jose, Sidney Crosby was 10 years old. The Sharks will have their hands full with the superstar on Thursday.
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Several Sharks weren't expecting to be dealt before Wednesday's trade deadline, but they are still glad to have it in the rear view mirror.
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An improving health situation, such as the return of Raffi Torres, led Sharks GM Doug Wilson to stand pat at the NHL's trade deadline.
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General manager Doug Wilson has apparently decided to stick with his current roster for the final 19 games of the regular season and playoffs.
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The Sharks lost to Carolina in OT, but Brent Burns reminded another sellout crowd at SAP Center of just how important he is to the Sharks’ offensive attack, ending his goal-scoring drought at 19 games.
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The Hurricanes entered on a five-game losing streak but snapped their skid with a 3-2 victory over the Sharks in the final minute of overtime.
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As a player with an extensive trade history, Raffi Torres is familiar with the anxiety among players that the trade deadline can create.
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San Jose could use a rental player to help fill the void left by the injured Tomas Hertl, and former Shark Devin Setoguchi may be the answer.
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Alex Stalock is starting back-to-back games for the first time this season, but does this mean he's supplanted Antti Niemi as the Sharks starter?
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Brent Burns' production has taken a big dip lately, and rookie Matt Nieto could become a more permanent fixture on the Sharks' top line.
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If Brad Stuart is on long term injured reserve, a fairly safe assumption, the Sharks could be looking for a depth defenseman before the deadline.
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Todd McLellan let Matt Nieto skate with Joe Thornton and his faith in the rookie paid off in a 4-2 win over the Devils to close out a road trip.
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Alex Stalock was instrumental in a 4-2 Sharks' win on Saturday as San Jose took four consecutive penalties against the New Jersey Devils.

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