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Friday, December 15, 2017

Sharks continue to stumble out the gate, fall 4-1 to Kings

SAN JOSE – Two games into an 82-game season have determined one thing: The San Jose Sharks are yet to be in mid-season form.

Simmonds’ hat trick stuffs Sharks in opener

SAN JOSE – Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds was in front of the San Jose net twice on successful power plays to carry Philadelphia past the Sharks 5-3 in the season opener at sold-out SAP Center Wednesday night.
Less than 48 hours after suffering his first knockout loss of his career, Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero announced he is hanging up his boxing gloves for good.
LONG ISLAND, NY—Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero—in a fight he had hoped would show he was still a contender—couldn’t make it out of the third round.
Former world champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero is hard at work preparing for his main event showdown with unbeaten Omar Figueroa that headlines Premier Boxing Champions on Fox and Fox Deportes July 15 in the first boxing event at the newly renovated Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

Guerrero says he is better prepared for Figueroa fight

Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero said he is more prepared for a fight than he has been for a long time.
Gilroy’s phantasmic fists are set to do battle in the ring once again, with an July 15 fight against Omar Figueroa at the Nassau Coliseum.

Sharks ignite offense in 7-0 rout of Edmonton

SAN JOSE – Two days after being blanked by Edmonton for a second consecutive game, San Jose erupted for a 7-0 pounding of the Oilers to square the best four-of-seven first round series at 2-2 Tuesday night at sold-out SAP Center.

Thornton returns to lineup, but Oilers take 2-1 series lead

SAN JOSE – Edmonton came away with a 1-0 blanking of the San Jose Sharks Sunday night at SAP Center to leave the Oilers up 2-1 in the best four-of-seven first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Sharks shake off Buffalo curse in 4-1 win

SAN JOSE – More than seven years after their last regulation win over Buffalo in San Jose, the Sharks shook off a 1-0 deficit to turn back the Sabres 4-1 at SAP Center Tuesday night.

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