Enstrom’s late goal helps Jets beat Sharks 4-3

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The Sharks opened the scoring less than 2 minutes into the game when Sheppard sent a pass from the point that deflected off Marty Havlat’s stick and right to Boyle, who beat Montoya with a backhand for his first goal in 30 games.

The Jets answered just 36 seconds later when Ladd put in a rebound of Michael Frolik’s shot for his 22nd goal. It came in Ladd’s first game back after missing Monday’s tilt in Dallas for the birth of his daughter.

“There’s a little bit of energy in the building, and bang it’s gone,” Sharks coach Todd McLellan said. “They come right back down and score and we have to start all over. That was probably a bit of a turning point, may have been an indication of things to come.”

San Jose went back in front late in the period on Burns‘ power-play goal.

NOTES: Thornton became the 100th player to play in 1,200 career NHL games. … Former Sharks F Devin Setoguchi was a healthy scratch for the Jets. … San Jose recalled F Freddie Hamilton from Worcester of the AHL to replace F Adam Burish, who had surgery on two broken fingers on his left hand.

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