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Oilers 3, Sharks 0

Oilers 3, Sharks 0: Ben Scrivens put on a goaltending clinic en route to an historical shutout as host Edmonton matched a season high with its third straight win.

Bruins 1, Sharks 0

Bruins 1, Sharks 0: Carl Soderberg scored with 7:35 remaining in the third period and Tuukka Rask made 26 saves as Boston ended its three-game road losing streak. Loui Eriksson and Ryan Spooner each recorded an assist for the Bruins, who outscored the Sharks 3-1 in sweeping the two-game season series. Antti Niemi turned aside 21 shots for the Sharks, who failed to earn a point at home for the first time in 13 games (11-1-1).

Predators 3, Sharks 2

Predators 3, Sharks 2: Victor Stalberg recorded a goal and an assist while Carter Hutton made 36 saves as host Nashville skated to its third straight victory. Eric Nystrom and defenseman Roman Josi also scored for the Predators, who have won the first two contests of their three-game homestand. Hutton has stopped 97-of-101 shots in posting three consecutive wins.

Sharks 2, Canadiens 0

Sharks 2, Canadiens 0: Logan Couture scored twice and Antti Niemi posted his second shutout in three starts as visiting San Jose rebounded from its first regulation loss. Patrick Marleau notched a pair of assists and Niemi finished with 22 saves for the Sharks, who improved to 2-1-0 on their five-game road trip. Carey Price turned aside 33 shots for Montreal, which completed a 2-3-0 homestand.

Stars 4, Sharks 3 (SO)

Stars 4, Sharks 3 (SO): Alex Chiasson set up the tying goal in the second period before netting the lone tally of the shootout as host Dallas ended San Jose's season-opening six-game winning streak. Just 28 seconds after Patrick Marleau gave the Sharks a 3-2 lead, Cody Eakin buried the rebound of Chiasson's shot to knot the contest. After two scoreless rounds in the shootout, Chiasson beat Antti Niemi to the glove side before Dan Ellis denied Brent Burns on San Jose's final attempt to seal the win.

Kings 2, Sharks 1

Kings 2, Sharks 1: Justin Williams scored twice in the second period and Jonathan Quick made 25 saves as host Los Angeles kept alive its hopes of repeating as Stanley Cup champion by edging sixth-seeded San Jose in Game 7 of their Western Conference second-round series.

Sharks 2, Kings 1

Sharks 2, Kings 1: Captain Joe Thornton scored a power-play goal in the first period and T.J. Galiardi netted his first career playoff tally in the second as host San Jose forced a seventh game in its Western Conference second-round series against fifth-seeded Los Angeles. Antti Niemi turned aside 24 shots and also notched an assist for the sixth-seeded Sharks, who improved to 5-0 at home this postseason. San Jose has posted 2-1 victories in all three games at HP Pavilion this series.

NHL: Blackhawks set record with win over Sharks

The Chicago Blackhawks made NHL history on Friday with their 2-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks, becoming the first team to record at least one point in 17 successive games to start a season. Chicago rookie Brandon Saad scored a shorthanded goal to break a 1-1 tie early in the third period, blasting the puck past goaltender Antti Niemi. "It was a huge goal for us," Saad said. "I just took him wide and tried to get a shot off and luckily I beat him to the glove side.

UPDATE 1-NHL-Blackhawks set record for best start to season

* Chicago collect point in 17th consecutive game * Saad gets winner in 2-1 victory over San Jose * Rookie delivers short-handed goal in third (Adds details, quotes) Feb 22 (Reuters) - The Chicago Blackhawks set a National Hockey League record for the best start to a season when they scored a point in a 17th consecutive game by defeating the San Jose Sharks 2-1 on Friday.
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