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I've just shifted to people around when we got to two. Didn't wanna play safe but there's so. A pair players that are moved around just because I thought there were a little more reliable defensively. And they were of an excellent game so. It's the only reason for. -- well. You know we're we're pleased we played three like out already on the road where it's been tight checking. We stumble over it Boston lost a few seconds would love to cover up doctor we can't. But tonight we knew we have a speedy team team that can really -- -- punching and -- attack you if you're sloppy. We paid played patient enough to wait for breaks. And you know defensively it was a it was a full team commitment wasn't just. 8910 guys going everybody did their income and rock sort of -- coming into the zone. Goaltender was there when we needed the important. -- -- It's. It's you know whether it's I don't know if it's more important in this league to win multiple games -- -- to stop the the losses and and you know we've been able to win multiple this is the first time we've got to put the brakes on one loss and the response from our group was excellent. We could hung our heads and component. What now from Boston thought we did it could be heard good things yesterday regrouping and re energized tonight now we -- have developed more. -- -- one of his best games. It was a good night -- because it was a skating -- That he can do. I thought he kind of really got us going the second -- when he drove -- and created a scoring chance kind of got some momentum going for us and we begin to talk a little bit more. We've got to -- it. -- lesson learned take us when you when you look at Boston. Talk about playing every every minute -- and I guess -- case every second. But we we managed the -- well. You don't if they -- to come through five it's tough for them if they if they only have to go through three. Because you've turned it over it to becomes more difficult. Thought we did a better job in the third of keeping the puck away from -- gotta compliment lost a little bit more because he's. He's as good -- as good as a defenseman and -- handling and so that helped us as well you race. -- Yeah over the years. That's where we needed to put it and we talked about that before the game and it's even 31 he likes to come -- and play the puck. And one at supplement -- doesn't matter what Brinker and you can't trust it. And I thought again I thought early in the game we were. Laying pucks in and he was get his stick on it and they're coming -- a lot easier than in the need to be. -- I think there's. True factors to about one as the speed offensively and the ability to stay on top two teams. When teams get tired they tend to penalties. And then secondly being pretty solemn position only in the defensive zone you don't have to region. And hook and hold your your position or playing your good sticks -- give up when.
Saturday afternoon technically Saturday evening out in the eastern part candidate them on obviously the big name player for Montreal . So I do want to point this out I just think it's a huge team for San right now is. Moving past tonight's game because
I've just shifted to people around when we got to two. Didn't wanna play safe but there's so. A pair players that are moved around just because I thought there were a little more reliable defensively. And they were of an excellent game so. It's the only reason for. well. You know we're we're
Jose Sharks joining us live outside the dressing room here in Montreal look at I know you just put the headset on but drew and I were ..... and I think only seven fewer than Alex Ovechkin who's the NHL leader in that category over that period of time. Why do you
San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton, Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price and Ottawa Senators center Mike Fisher have been named the NHL 'Three Stars' for the week ending Nov. 22.
Just called back up from Providence, Ryan Spooner centers a line with Chris Kelly and Carl Soderberg and comes away with his first NHL point in a victory over the Ducks.
Carl Soderberg atones for his turnover that led to Anaheim's first goal by scoring his first goal in the NHL in the Bruins' 3-2 shootout victory.
Sabres enforcer John Scott is suspended seven games by the NHL for his head shot to the Bruins' Loui Eriksson. "We'll live with it," says B's coach Claude Julien.
Former Chicago Blackhawks enforcer and current Buffalo Sabre John Scott has been suspended seven games by the NHL 's Department of Player Safety.
A late power-play goal sent Boston and Anaheim in overtime, where the Bruins ultimately won in a shootout.
Joe Haggerty has his links from around the NHL world. Check them out here.
Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins held on for a 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night.
We recap Tuesday's top NHL action, including New Jersey's Jaromir Jagr netting his NHL -leading 119th game-winner.
Former Bruins prospect Joe Colborne is getting comfortable with his new home in Calgary with the Flames, and other notes from around the NHL .
Wednesday night in Los Angeles, after recovering from offseason pelvic surgery that has kept him out for the first month of the NHL regular season. Havlat will skate in place of an injured Matt Nieto, who remains out with a hand injury, on a line with Joe
media on the tail end of the Sharks' recent eastern road swing. To be fair, that's due in large part due to Vlasic being one of just a few Sharks players that could speak the French language to local stations in Montreal and Ottawa.
For a player that seemed to have a questionable grasp on an NHL roster spot prior to the start of the season, Jordan Caron has found his way into a lot of action in the early going.
Phoenix Coyotes center Martin Hanzal has been suspended two games by the NHL for charging Edmonton defenseman Jeff Petry.
brakes on scorn on the rebound. That's his third of the year it's the rewind Sharks. Now it on making his first career NHL start in the net and second period then. I had to on line and stay up with the day Sharks win five to zero. Here's a tip
It's been well-documented over the last few days that the Buffalo Sabres have basically turned into the NHL 's steaming trash heap.
After being a healthy scratch in Boston, James Sheppard played two of his better games of the season on Saturday in Montreal and Sunday in Ottawa.
Joe Haggerty unleashes another round of NHL power rankings, as the Sabres bring up the rear, the Penguins slide, and the Sharks continue the attack.
The Penguins snapped a three-game losing skid with a win over the Hurricanes. Here's a recap of Monday's action around the NHL .
she get any joins us live outside the sharks' dressing room here in Ottawa Alex congratulations on the win. Not your first NHL win your first win. As a starter that had to be very satisfied. Feeling for you that was it was you know as long way to sayers
Alex Stalock will make his first ever NHL start in Ottawa on Sunday, head coach Todd McLellan confirmed shortly before the game.