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Topic - Joe Thornton
The San Jose Sharks spent seven games struggling to get the puck past Jonathan Quick in a playoff loss a year ago.
Captain Joe Thornton set the tone by dishing out hits almost every chance he got. The rest of his San Jose teammates followed his lead as the Sharks wanted to send a message to the Los Angeles Kings in case these California rivals meet again with much more on the line in a few weeks.
The San Jose Sharks squandered another chance to open up their lead over the Anaheim Ducks.
After erasing Anaheim's 13-point lead in the standings the past two months, a one-goal deficit in the third period was only a minor speed bump for Brent Burns and the San Jose Sharks.
San Jose has dominated the Eastern Conference all season, and Sharks captain Joe Thornton kept that trend going against an old friend.
As soon as the San Jose Sharks started taking the body, they took over the game.
John McCarthy and Tommy Wingels sent the San Jose Sharks into a nearly three-week Olympic break on a winning note.
After struggling to score any goals for four games, the San Jose Sharks had plenty of moves left for a shootout.
Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau found the perfect way to celebrate their new contract extensions.
The San Jose Sharks locked up two of their cornerstone players before they could hit the open market this summer, signing three-year extensions Friday with captain Joe Thornton and franchise leading goal-scorer Patrick Marleau.
Even on a night when the play was hampered by choppy ice, the puck still seems to find Joe Pavelski and he keeps finding the net.
A timely save by Alex Stalock helped turned the momentum to the Sharks' favor.
Capitals coach Adam Oates says San Jose Sharks captain Joe Thornton is an 'excellent' example of what Caps rookie Tom Wilson can be become.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Joe Pavelski got the puck to the right of the net and sent a one-timer wide in the final minute as he tried for that elusive first hat trick. That's about the only thing that hasn't gone Pavelski's way of late.
Steve Yzerman and the rest of Hockey Canada spent months looking at the country's top players, trying to figure out the best way to blend talent into a team good enough to win Olympic gold.
"We got fortunate with a couple of those goals," captain Joe Thornton said. "Just a weird night."
"It would have been great (to win the division), but we're in the playoffs and we know who we're going to play," San Jose captain Joe Thornton said.