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On a night when Stephen Johns was busy looking like a hockey man among hockey boys in Cedar Park, the Stars had their own business to take care of, hoping to extend their six-game winning streak against the floundering San Jose Sharks, who have had their moments this season, but most of them bad.
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Unfortunately for Dallas, despite getting an early lead, the Stars never found a way to generate consistent quality, and the Sharks’ newly crowned goaltending savior (which is to say, close-to-average goalie) Aaron Dell came up big the few times they managed to get some good looks. The Stars’ power play stayed fairly functional, although their second (and final) chance of the night sputtered when they needed it most. But when you’re sitting there wishing that your power play could have gone 100% on the night, it usually means you had bigger issues at 5v5, and they certainly did, when it came to finishing the job in the Sharks’ zone.
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The night began with fanfare, however, as Joe Pavelski was honored by the Sharks in a pre-game video tribute that was quite emotional and heartfelt, as was plain to see on Pavelski’s face. Check it out below:
San Jose still loves you, Pavs. pic.twitter.com/jMmipK2wbl
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— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) January 12, 2020
It’s too bad the Stars couldn’t have finished their California stay with yet another victory, but the team was missing John Klingberg on a night when open ice was beckoning to a lot of players (and Erik Karlsson and Brent Burns certainly grabbed it), and they looked pretty out of gas by the time all was said and done.
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The Stars will finish their road trip on Tuesday in Colorado, where that winning streak began way back in 2019. Hey, remember 2019?
Anyway, let’s get into the details of this one.
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The first period started off well for Dallas, but it devolved into a bit of pond hockey as things wore on.
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Right off the bat, Evander Kane took a high-sticking penalty as he tried to jump past Jamie Oleksiak, trailing the stick and clipping a very tall man’s face. Given how hot the Stars’ power play has been, that probably was somewhere on the Sharks’ pre-game list of “THING TO NOT DO AGAINST DALLAS.”
And, sure enough, after spending the entire first part of the power play in the Sharks’ zone, the Stars caught the San Jose PK far too spread out, and they capitalized. Jamie Benn kept the power play rolling with a Pavelskian high tip from Tyler Seguin to put the Stars up 1-0.
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Seguin hits Jamie Benn’s stick on the power play, and the Captain deflects it perfectly into the back of the net to give the @DallasStars a 1-0 lead! #GoStars | : FSSW+ pic.twitter.com/YRMZTEFmoc
— FOX Sports Southwest (@FOXSportsSW) January 12, 2020
Miro Heiskanen almost made it 2-0 just minutes later, getting another wide-open chance with a lot of net to shoot out, but Aaron Dell got just a piece of it, putting the puck off the bar and back out.
Stefan Noesen tried a tip-in of his own, but this might have been the easiest no-goal call on the ice any official could make, with Noesen reaching up with both hands to tip the puck down from a good couple of feet above his shoulders, let alone the crossbar.
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Anton Khudobin made a nice save on Tomas Hertl, who got some daylight after a great Brent Burns stretch pass off the boards that was relayed at the blue line for Hertl, who came in with speed and ripped one from the circle.
Burns would create another chance, but Khudobin also stopped Melker Karlsson’s high-tip chance, proving once again that the Stars might just have better goaltending than the Sharks, not sure what the numbers say, maybe somebody should check.
Marcus Sörensen would test Khudobin next, after an Erik Karlsson stretch pass beat pretty much all five Stars skaters, putting Sörensen in alone, only to get beaten once again by Khudobin.
So after all the work by the Sharks’ defensemen to set up other would-be scorers, Brent Burns finally took things into his own hands—well, skates—by driving the net off a faceoff win and deflecting a Timo Meier feed through Khudobin’s pads in a manner that was about 73% on purpose (I did the math, checks out) to make it a 1-1 game.
Tonight is the night, folks. A core piece of the 2016 Stanley Cup Final run for the San Jose Sharks has come back to SAP Center.
That’s right, Roman Polak is back, baby!
The Stars are riding a season-high six-game winning streak coming into tonight and will be eager to keep it rolling against Polak’s former teammates. More of a stay-at-home guy himself, Polak’s partner Esa Lindell has pulled his fair share of the offensive weight, putting up eight assists over his last five games.
On the Sharks’ side of the ice, tonight is a big night for Patrick Marleau, who will be playing in his 1,700th game, making him the seventh player in league history to hit that mark, as well as becoming the youngest player in league history to do so at 40 years (and 118 days) young. So great that he gets to share this moment with his beloved former teammate, Roman Polak.
More good news for the Sharks is that noted thorn-in-their-collective-sides Corey Perry is still out, serving the fourth game of his five-game suspension. He received the suspension during the Winter Classic, where he elbowed Nashville Predators forward Ryan Ellis in the head within the first few minutes of the game. It might be a different sweater, but it’s the same old Corey Perry.
Is anyone else wearing a new sweater tonight? I think I got ‘em all.