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Topic - Dan Boyle
San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson is wasting no time making changes after perhaps his team's most crushing playoff collapse.
Marty Havlat responded to a benching with his most productive game in years.
Patrick Marleau has had a lot of success against the Edmonton Oilers this season.
St. Louis Blues forward Maxim Lapierre has been offered an in-person hearing for his hit that knocked out San Jose defenseman Dan Boyle.
Justin Williams scored two goals in the second period, Jonathan Quick made 25 saves in his latest dominant playoff performance and the Kings advanced with a 2-1 victory over San Jose in Game 7 on Tuesday night.
Patrick Marleau got San Jose off to a fast start, Antti Niemi preserved the lead with spectacular short-handed play in the second period, and the Sharks hung on for the win they desperately needed after losing the first two games in Vancouver.
Home ice hasn't meant much in the all-California series between the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings.
The San Jose Sharks begin training camp with a stark reminder of how last season ended and of the offseason changes the team underwent since being swept by Chicago in the Western Conference final.
"I don't think the coaching is the problem. I've had some bad coaches in the past," defenseman Dan Boyle said. "It's on the players. We're the ones that go out there and need to get it done. We didn't."
"We thought maybe the feds might want to come in and take a look at the computer that was there," said Dan Boyle, a former Solebury police officer who is now a private investigator. "That never happened."