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Scoring Chances: Game 36 @ Anaheim

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 7 3 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
2 11 5 8 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 2 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 20 13 15 9 5 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

The good news about the Sharks' first period performance tonight was that they really took it to Anaheim, allowing just one Ducks scoring chance at even strength. The bad news is that chance involved Corey Perry all alone in front of Antti Niemi and predictably resulted in a goal. While Anaheim markedly improved in terms of possession and zone time in the second period, the Sharks were largely able to keep them to the outside and continued to outchance the Ducks.

Team Period Time Note SJS Opponent
ANA 1 17:23 Goal - Perry 8 12 29 31 60 61 1 4 7 10 23 33 5v5
SJS 1 14:19 Marleau 8 12 19 31 60 88 1 5 7 17 39 41 5v5
SJS 1 14:12 Pavelski 8 12 19 31 60 88 1 7 17 32 39 41 5v5
SJS 1 13:54 Thornton 3 17 19 26 31 61 1 8 11 21 32 33 5v5
SJS 1 10:34 Pavelski 8 12 19 31 44 88 1 8 11 21 32 33 5v5
SJS 1 7:22 Marleau PP 8 12 19 22 31 88 1 7 10 21 23 5v4
SJS 1 6:36 Pavelski PP 26 29 31 39 60 61 1 4 5 9 14 5v4
SJS 1 5:28 Desjardins 22 26 31 60 64 69 1 10 11 17 23 33 5v5
ANA 1 2:48 Selanne PP 8 12 22 31 44 1 4 8 10 15 17 4v5
ANA 1 1:24 Getzlaf PP 19 26 31 44 61 1 4 8 10 15 23 4v5
ANA 2 17:46 Koivu 22 29 31 39 44 78 1 5 8 11 23 33 5v5
SJS 2 15:51 Marleau 3 8 12 19 31 88 1 4 9 10 15 23 5v5
SJS 2 10:39 Pavelski 8 12 19 22 31 44 1 9 10 15 21 32 5v5
SJS 2 9:30 Winchester 10 28 31 44 69 88 1 4 12 14 23 63 5v5
ANA 2 8:59 Beleskey 17 22 26 31 44 64 1 4 12 14 23 63 5v5
ANA 2 8:49 Cogliano 17 22 26 31 44 64 1 5 17 39 41 63 5v5
SJS 2 5:22 Desjardins 10 22 31 44 64 69 1 5 12 14 17 63 5v5
SJS 2 4:53 Couture 22 29 31 39 44 78 1 5 8 11 17 33 5v5
ANA 2 4:33 Perry 3 8 12 19 31 88 1 9 10 15 21 32 5v5
ANA 2 4:04 Ryan 10 31 60 64 69 88 1 9 10 15 21 32 5v5
SJS 2 3:18 Ferriero 22 29 31 39 44 78 1 4 7 23 39 41 5v5
SJS 2 3:10 Goal - Ferriero 22 29 31 39 44 78 1 4 7 23 39 41 5v5
SJS 2 2:46 Marleau 3 8 12 19 31 88 1 8 11 21 32 33 5v5
SJS 2 1:22 Pavelski PP 8 12 19 22 31 88 1 5 9 15 23 5v4
SJS 2 1:03 Marleau PP 8 12 19 22 31 88 1 5 9 15 23 5v4
SJS 2 0:55 Marleau PP 8 12 19 22 31 88 1 7 10 21 32 5v4
ANA 3 16:21 Getzlaf 3 29 31 39 78 88 1 9 10 15 21 32 5v5
ANA 3 11:05 Bonino 3 12 29 31 39 61 1 4 7 12 23 63 5v5
ANA 3 10:21 Perry PP 22 31 39 44 69 1 8 10 11 15 17 4v5
ANA 3 10:08 Visnovsky PP 22 31 39 44 69 1 8 10 11 15 17 4v5
SJS 3 7:17 Goal - Pavelski 8 12 19 22 31 44 1 5 9 10 15 21 5v5
SJS 3 6:18 Braun 3 26 29 31 39 61 1 4 8 11 23 33 5v5
ANA 3 3:37 Perry 8 12 19 31 44 61 1 4 10 15 23 39 5v5

Thirteen of the Sharks' twenty scoring chances in this game came from either Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau or Joe Pavelski as they walked all over the Ducks' AARP line. Benn Ferriero alone has recorded eight scoring chances over the last two games and has been rewarded with a goal in each of them.

# Player EV PP SH
3 D. MURRAY 14:34 4 3 0:54 0 0 2:16 0 0
8 J. PAVELSKI 12:29 7 3 4:50 4 0 2:39 0 1
10 B. WINCHESTER 9:10 2 1 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
12 P. MARLEAU 14:10 7 4 4:26 4 0 2:56 0 1
17 T. MITCHELL 7:04 1 2 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
19 J. THORNTON 12:54 8 2 4:26 4 0 1:44 0 1
22 D. BOYLE 17:07 7 3 5:18 4 0 2:10 0 3
26 M. HANDZUS 10:39 3 2 3:10 1 0 1:27 0 1
28 A. MURRAY 5:40 1 0 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
29 R. CLOWE 16:23 4 4 3:34 1 0 0:00 0 0
31 A. NIEMI 45:36 15 9 8:00 5 0 6:24 0 4
39 L. COUTURE 14:54 4 3 3:34 1 0 2:01 0 2
44 M. VLASIC 21:11 8 4 1:21 0 0 3:05 0 4
60 J. DEMERS 11:33 3 2 2:40 1 0 0:00 0 0
61 J. BRAUN 11:27 2 3 1:48 1 0 2:08 0 1
64 J. MCGINN 10:42 2 3 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
69 A. DESJARDINS 10:39 3 1 0:00 0 0 2:01 0 2
78 B. FERRIERO 11:57 3 2 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
88 B. BURNS 15:27 6 3 3:59 4 0 3:09 0 0

Brent Burns appeared to have an extremely strong game by eye and the chance differential backs that up. Especially notable is the fact that Burns spent more time killing penalties than any other Shark yet the team yielded zero chances against when he was on the ice shorthanded. Another terrific game by Vlasic, which is a line I might as well copy and paste into all of these scoring chance recaps at this point. It's also nice to see Thornton have a strong game after having a rough go of it lately.

Head-to-head scoring chances:

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Click to enlarge. The Sharks' top line saw roughly an equal amount of the Ryan Getzlaf and Saku Koivu lines in this one and won their matchups, especially against the latter. Thornton and Pavelski finished positive or tied against every Ducks player they faced. Logan Couture's line, on the other hand, struggled in the time they spent against RPG, suggesting that perhaps Marleau was a significant part of Couture's recent success against opposing top lines.

More stats from the game: Corsi/Fenwick, Shift Charts, H2H Ice Time, Zonestarts, Play-By-Play, Box Score

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