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Sharks 3, Ducks 2

Sharks 3, Ducks 2: Brent Burns set up the tying goal earlier in the third period before scoring with 3:59 remaining as host San Jose moved ahead of Anaheim for first place in the Pacific Division.

Sharks 5, Penguins 3

(Updated: ADDS Penguins winless in San Jose since 1997 3RD graph) Sharks 5, Penguins 3: Captain Joe Thornton snapped a tie with 5:39 remaining in the third period as host San Jose scored four times in the session to rally past Pittsburgh.

Sharks 4, Blues 2

Sharks 4, Blues 2: Martin Havlat and defenseman Matt Irwin each scored and set up a goal and Antti Niemi turned aside 20 shots as visiting San Jose completed a three-game sweep of the regular-season series. Joe Pavelski netted his fourth goal in as many contests and Brent Burns also tallied for the Sharks, who posted just their second win in seven outings (2-4-1). San Jose scored twice in the first period and outscored the Blues by an 8-0 margin in the opening 20 minutes of the three games.

Preview: Devils at Sharks

(Updated: FIXES spelling of Thornton in OVERTIME)

Preview: Sharks at Kings

The San Jose Sharks wrap up their five-game road trip Wednesday, when they visit the Los Angeles Kings. San Jose began its trek with a hard-fought 1-0 shootout victory at Detroit before allowing a goal with eight-tenths of a second left in Boston to suffer its first regulation loss of the season. The Sharks rebounded nicely with a 2-0 triumph at Montreal on Saturday and followed that with a 5-2 win in Ottawa a day later.

Sharks 6, Blues 2

(Updated: UPDATING: Thornton credited with third assist, altering first graph) Sharks 6, Blues 2: Captain Joe Thornton collected a goal and three assists and Patrick Marleau scored and set up two other tallies as visiting San Jose remained perfect while handing St. Louis its first loss.

UPDATE 2-NHL-Marleau's double ties record as Sharks beat Avs

* NHL leader has eight goals in four games * Start equals mark from 1917-18 season (Adds Marleau quotes) Jan 26 (Reuters) - San Jose's Patrick Marleau became just the second player in NHL history to score multiple goals in the first four games of the season, leading the unbeaten Sharks to a 4-0 victory over visiting Colorado on Saturday.
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