News – USA – Despite the quick start, the San Jose Sharks start with a thump


Anytime it looked like the San Jose Sharks had a chance to gain some momentum on Monday night, the Minnesota Wild came back with a better answer

Brent Burns scored a stunning goal for just 45 seconds in the first half and the Wild responded with two quick goals less than eight minutes later.The Sharks killed Logan Couture with a penalty early in the second half, only to see that Minnesota met with equal strength shortly after the two-minute call ended

Ultimately, the Sharks just couldn’t keep up with Wild and lost 6: 2 in the SAP Center to find out which numbers apply to a strenuous homestand with eight games

Logan Couture scored for the Sharks too, and Martin Jones stopped 16 of 20 shots before being replaced by Devan Dubnyk at 10:48 of the second half

Even Couture’s goal is to be team leader 10 the season, with just over eight minutes in the second period, was quickly canceled
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With the Sharks down 4-2, defender Nikolai Knyzhov was classified as a double minor player at the 13:28 mark in the second half. Jonas Brodin had three seconds to restore Wild’s lead with three goals

The Sharks, who beat the Blues 5-4 on Saturday, haven’t won any straight games for the season. The Sharks will play West Division leaders Vegas Golden Knights and runner-up on Thursday Place in St. Louis Blues on Saturday

The Sharks also have two more games against Vegas on the homestand, two with the Colorado Avalanche and one with the Blues
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Burns has apparently saved his most memorable goals this season for games against his former team

Less than a minute into the game on Monday, Burns took a pass from Timo Meier in the neutral zone after following the ice on the ice. Then he threw the puck around Brodin at himself, holding the puck from his forehand to his backhand and shot a shot past Wild goalkeeper Kaapo Kahkonen 45 seconds after the start of the first half to open the scoring
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 22 FEBRUARY: Evander Kane (9) of San Jose Sharks collides with goalkeeper Kaapo Kahkonen (34) of Minnesota Wild during the first stage at the SAP Center in San Jose, Calif. On Monday, Feb. 22, 2021 (Nhat V Meyer / Bay Area News Group)

Burns’ game brought back memories of a similar dazzling goal he scored on Jan 24, including on Minnesota goalkeeper Kahkonen

After a faceoff win from Tomas Hertl, Burns took control of the puck, which was led to the Minnesota net with the stick, and danced around all five wild skaters before scoring a shot at Kahkonen for his second goal of the season Shot past the goal came in less than two minutes in the third period and broke a 3-3 draw. The Haie would win 5-3

Monday, after the Burns goal, the Wild reacted within 11 seconds with two goals in the first half and took a 2-1 lead

Mats Zuccarello scored at 7:49 with a wrist shot from the slot that defeated Jones, and an open Kirill Kaprizov hit at 8:00, tipping the puck past Jones after a pass from Zuccarello
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Before the end of the first period, the Sharks picked up their first Fighting Major of the season when Knyzhov dropped the gloves with fierce heavyweight Marcus Foligno The scrap was one-sided, Foligno landed several right hands and cut Knyzhov before the linesmen took the fight stopped

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News – USA – Despite a quick start, the San Jose Sharks start with a thud