ANAHEIM — Coach Pete DeBoer has said on more than one occasion in recent days that the Sharks were going to need everybody to contribute as they plow through one of their busiest stretches of season. That couldn’t have been any more evident than it was Sunday night. The Sharks got goals from five players and another steady effort from goalie Aaron Dell to earn a 6-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center, a rare laugher over their Orange County rivals.
ANAHEIM — Sharks coach Pete DeBoer has known nothing but close games with the Anaheim Ducks since he came to San Jose nearly three years ago. Since the start of the 2015-16 season, all 11 games between the Sharks and Ducks has been decided by two goals or less. The last 10 have been decided by one goal, with four going to a shootout or overtime. DeBoer doesn’t expect anything different when the two teams renew their rivalry Sunday at Honda Center.
SAN JOSE — The Sharks always seem to know what kind of performance they’re going to get from goalie Aaron Dell. At this stage of the season, the Sharks can also say the same about their special teams. The Sharks got another steady game from Dell and a big lift from their power play and penalty kill to help earn an impressive 2-1 victory against the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins before a lively sellout crowd at SAP Center.
Sixth game in nine days. Another back-to-back situation. Whatever #SJSharks keep it rolling, top Anaheim Ducks 6-2. "We had a lot of reasons to not show up and play as well as we did tonight.” http://bayareane.ws/2DyUyju via @mercnews
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