Sharks Defeat Orca

Sharks work overtime to clinch playoff spot

Joe Thornton assisted on four goals, including Christian Ehrhoff’s winner just 34 seconds into the overtime, and the San Jose Sharks earned a playoff spot with a 5-4 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday night.

Sabres, Miller back on track

Not a moment too soon, the Buffalo Sabres appear to be back.
Three games and less than a week remain in the regular season, and the Sabres seem wayward no more. They have cobbled together a stretch of games to remind their fans how they became a team worthy of mention among the franchise’s best.

Teenage riot: Crosby inches closer to big 100

With four games remaining, Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins could very well do score 100 points in the NHL before his 19th birthday.

Weight, Recchi savor shot at Cup

It could be broken down into a simple mathematic equation for Doug Weight and Mark Recchi.
Take the points of Weight’s old squad (the St. Louis Blues at 56), add them to the total of Recchi’s former team (the Pittsburgh Penguins at 53) and you get 109 — exactly how many points their Carolina Hurricanes possess.

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2 Responses to Sharks Defeat Orca

  1. Tyrone Bootzpatrick says:

    I thought ‘Orca’ was Ken Hitchcock’s nickname.

  2. Art says:

    It would be fitting. But the Orca refers to both the Canucks logo and their owner, Orca Bay Sports & Entertainment.

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