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December 11, 2008 | Chris Foster
AT SAN JOSE Time: 7:30 On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830. Where: HP Pavilion. Records: Sharks 22-3-2; Ducks 16-10-3. Record vs. Sharks: 1-1-0. Update: The Sharks are 9-0-2 in their last 11 games. They have played the last four without forward Jonathan Cheechoo, who has what is being called an upper-body injury. Ducks forward Brad May suffered no structural damage to his left knee, Coach Randy Carlyle said. May "tweaked" his knee during Tuesday's practice. -- Chris Foster
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May 25, 2013 | By David Wharton
With the Kings headed to San Jose for Game 6 of the Western Conference semifinals Sunday, there has been lots of talk about the Sharks being nearly unbeatable at home this season. Asked about the challenge of playing at HP Pavilion, also known as the Shark Tank -- with its low ceiling and ear-splitting crowd noise -- Kings Coach Darryl Sutter reminisced about some of the toughest arenas from his playing days. As a center for the Blackhawks in the 1980s, he logged a lot of hours at Chicago Stadium, where fans got so loud the place would vibrate.
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December 17, 2009
Ducks tonight AT SAN JOSE When: 7:30. Where: HP Pavilion. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 13-13-7, Sharks 19-8-7. Record vs. Sharks: 0-2-0. Update: The struggling Ducks lost another key scorer Wednesday. Winger Joffrey Lupul (10 goals, 14 points) will undergo surgery today to repair a herniated disk in his back and will be out six to eight weeks. The Sharks have lost their last five games, including two in shootouts and one in overtime.
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May 25, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
SAN JOSE - With elimination at the hands of the Los Angeles Kings one loss away, the San Jose Sharks are likely to make one lineup change Sunday for Game 6 of the teams' Western Conference semifinal playoff series. Winger Adam Burish, who broke his right hand May 7 while blocking a shot during the Sharks' first-round sweep of the Vancouver Canucks, might make his series debut, according to reports from the Sharks' practice Saturday. He skated on the fourth line Saturday with Bracken Kearns and Andrew Desjardins.
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May 25, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
SAN JOSE - With elimination at the hands of the Los Angeles Kings one loss away, the San Jose Sharks are likely to make one lineup change Sunday for Game 6 of the teams' Western Conference semifinal playoff series. Winger Adam Burish, who broke his right hand May 7 while blocking a shot during the Sharks' first-round sweep of the Vancouver Canucks, might make his series debut, according to reports from the Sharks' practice Saturday. He skated on the fourth line Saturday with Bracken Kearns and Andrew Desjardins.
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May 21, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
SAN JOSE - Greetings from HP Pavilion, where the Sharks and Kings are preparing for Game 4 of their Western Conference semifinal playoff series Tuesday night. The Kings went back to Los Angeles after the 2-1 overtime loss on Saturday that narrowed their series lead to 2-1, but they returned to San Jose on Monday night. The two-day break in the series gave players on both sides a welcome chance to heal some of the bumps and bruises they've accumulated in the first three games.
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April 8, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
SAN JOSE -- The Kings got out of San Jose and declined to glance back Saturday night, not dwelling on blown third-period leads against the Sharks and the absence of intensity at crucial junctures. They squandered two-goal leads twice in three days against the Sharks, once in Los Angeles and the other at HP Pavilion in a 3-2 overtime loss to San Jose in the regular-season finale. Their slide in the standings means a first-round playoff series against the league's No. 1 team, the Canucks.
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April 6, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
When: 7:30. Where: HP Pavilion. On the air: TV: Channel 13; Radio: 1150. Records: Kings 40-27-14, Sharks 42-29-10 Record vs. Sharks: 2-1-2. Update: The Kings clinched a playoff spot not long before they took the ice Thursday and that knowledge ended up taking the edge off all those weeks of desperation. "It was a little bit of a deflater," Kings defenseman Rob Scuderi. "Because you had that attitude that you are on edge, you are on edge the whole time and then the score comes in and, maybe subconsciously, you take your foot off the gas a little bit. I can only speak for myself.
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November 3, 2011 | Wire reports
SAN JOSE -- Ryane Clowe scored the only goal of the shootout and Thomas Greiss stopped all three Pittsburgh attempts as the San Jose Sharks overcame a two-goal deficit in the third period and defeated the Penguins, 4-3, on Thursday night. It was San Jose's eighth consecutive home victory against Pittsburgh. The Penguins did pick up their first point at San Jose since a tie in 1999 but still have not won at HP Pavilion since a 5-2 victory Oct. 22, 1997. Only three players from that game remain active in the NHL, including Sharks forward Patrick Marleau, who scored San Jose's first goal Thursday.
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