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01-05-2004, 10:33 AM
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GameDay Thread: SJ Sharks vs. Vancouver Canucks - Jan. 5th, 2004

TEAM COMPARISON

Avg. Goals
SJS 2.45 (16)
Van 2.90 (4)

Avg. Shots
SJS 27.4 (20)
Van 29.4 (9)

Shooting %
SJS 9.0 (15)
Van 9.9 (7)

Shutouts
SJS 5 (3)
Van 3 (13)

Power Play Ops.
SJS 168 (16)
Van 195 (3)

Times Short-handed
SJS 168 (14)
Van 167 (11)

Avg. PIM
SJS 15.1 (17)
Van 14.3 (9)

GAA
SJS 2.20 (7)
Van 2.30 (11)

Avg. Shots Against
SJS 29.4 (21)
Van 27.0 (12)

Save Percentage
SJS .925 (3)
Van .915 (11)

Shutouts Against
SJS 3 (12)
Van 1 (3)

Power Play %
SJS 19.0 (7)
Van 15.4 (15)

Pen. Killing %
SJS 86.9 (5)
Van 86.2 (9)



SHARKS STATISTICAL LEADERS

Points P. Marleau 28
Goals P. Marleau 17
Assists V. Damphousse 17
PIM R. Davison 63
+/- N. Dimitrakos 6
Wins E. Nabokov 9
GAA V. Toskala 2.00
Save % V. Toskala .931



CANUCKS STATISTICAL LEADERS

Points M. Naslund 45
Goals M. Naslund 20
Assists T. Bertuzzi 26
PIM J. Ruutu 73
+/- T. Bertuzzi 20
Wins D. Cloutier 15
GAA D. Cloutier 2.23
Save % D. Cloutier .919

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01-05-2004, 10:48 AM
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My prediction 5-2 San Jose. 2 goals for Marleau.

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Thsi won't be a wide open game, I forsee a pysical game with a bit of scoring. 4-3 Sharks. Thornton finally scores, Marleau gets 1, and Sturm gets the other with the final one by Cheechoo.

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01-05-2004, 03:08 PM
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3-1 Canucks. Bertuzzi on a last change will get whomever the Nucks want, which means Fahey, assuming he plays. Meat.

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01-05-2004, 03:40 PM
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3-1 Canucks. Bertuzzi on a last change will get whomever the Nucks want, which means Fahey, assuming he plays. Meat.

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Agreed on the last change part (since I already posted that yesterday). I assume that Wilson will put Fahey with Rathje to minimize that impact.

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01-05-2004, 05:54 PM
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The Sharks were doing well in the first 5 minutes of the 1st but didn't do much in the last 10-15 minutes. Oh and Toskala was very good.

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Good thing this is the last one not on TV, at least for me.

How do the Sharks look as a whole?

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I'm listening to the Canucks radio guys over the web... they're being very complimentary of the Sharks and have had Stemmer and Randy Hahn on to present the opposition point of view before the game and during an intermission.

4 game roadtrip, and 3 aren't on TV. I sure hope all those Warrior fans enjoyed watching the Warriors who could only manage 65 points against the Rockets.... as opposed, say, to watching an important game between division leaders

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MARLEAU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

38.6 seconds left!

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Marleau scores the game winning goal late in the game!!!! Keep it up Patty!

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MARLEAU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

38.6 seconds left!
You beat me to it! :p

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Vesa was great all night. I tell ya...the Sharks are scary because of their goaltending and speed. They remind me a lot of the Wild last year (but without so much of the trap)

Reech-Cheech and Thornton were really really good tonight as well. 6 points outta 8 on the road trip...and they shoulda had at least 7 if the refs didn't bend them over in Chicago.

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6 points outta 8 on the road trip...and they shoulda had at least 7 if the refs didn't bend them over in Chicago.
Yup... plus the Ricci goal that was also waived off in Chicago because the ref lost sight of the puck and blew the whistle... oh well, that happens over the course of the year. Hopefully the Sharks can keep up this effort and 1 or 2 points won't mean anything at the end of the year.

Speaking of effort, I sure hope the Sharks come out fired up against the BlueJackets on Thursday... I'd hate to see them take points in two tough cities like STL and VAN, and then put up a stinker at home to a team like CBJ.

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Good thing this is the last one not on TV, at least for me.

How do the Sharks look as a whole?
I saw the game on Center Ice.
The Sharks didn't many mistakes but it felt like most of the game was played in their end.. I don't think they had a good scoring chance on their power plays but they didn't give the Canucks many chances on their PP's. Actually the Sharks had better scoring chances when they were killing penalties.
I missed the first 8 minutes of the third and didn't see the first 2 goals.
I taped the game so I'll have to watch the third period again tomorrow.
Toskala was the first star of the game and deserved it. Marleau was the third star for scoring the winner.

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Pacific Division Update

3 Pacific division teams did battle tonight... we know the Sharks took 2 points from the Canucks in the last seconds, but Dallas and Anaheim also battled in Southern California. In that game, the Ducks and Stars ended regulation tied up at 2 -- thankfully for the Sharks, neither could do anything in OT, so no bonus point was awarded.

Anyhow, here are the standings as the sharks are now 1/2 way through (41 games down, 41 to go).

TEAM SD GP W L T OTL PT PT/G PCT .500 GF GA GF/G GA/G GF-GA
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SAN P 3 41 17 10 11 3 48 1.17 .5854 +7 100 89 2.44 2.17 0.27
LOS P 8 39 16 13 6 4 42 1.08 .5385 +3 103 101 2.64 2.59 0.05
PHO P . 39 14 12 11 2 41 1.05 .5256 +2 101 105 2.59 2.69 -0.10
DAL P . 42 17 17 8 0 42 1.00 .5000 E 83 94 1.98 2.24 -0.26
ANA P . 40 13 17 5 5 36 0.90 .4500 -4 82 102 2.05 2.55 -0.50

All 5 pacific division teams are off tomorrow. On WED we get PHX @ WAS and LA @ ANA. Sharks and Dallas are off until Thursday.

BTW... during the canucks broadcast, they mentioned that only one team in the NHL is in the top 10 in GF, GA, PP% and PK%. No, it's not the Sharks (as they're not in the top 10 in goal scoring [16th], but are in GA, PP% and PK%).... quietly, the answer is the Avs.


as always, thanks to jzap for his lastminute standings... they rock.


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Sharks are on pace for 96 points
Marleau is on pace for 36 goals

He better be an allstar
Are they announcing the whole team on thursday or just the starters?

worst to first!

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ON pace for 96 pts...and thats after the poor start...whoda thunk?

These past two years have, in my mind, have proven that loads talent does not a good team make. Of course, a good TEAM with proven talent can make a great team ... So hopefully our youngsters will keep up the pace and show that they have much more then just potential.

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I've been battling a sickness, and I was drop dead tired, I watched the first two periods then fell asleep.. DOH!!! Waking up and seeing that score is much better then the last time waking up and seeing the Sharks loose a 2-0 lead to th educks and loosing 3-2.

How about them Sharks huh? Go Marleau, My man Marleau.

96 points? Remember I said the Sharks well hit 93. So I could be right!

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marleau is one of my favourite non canuck players. He's explosive. He really Snapped that one home after a gift from linden(christmas is over trev)

Congratulations on a hard fought win. Toskala was amazing

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