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Scoring Chances: Game 55 vs. Calgary

Our look at the head-to-head, team totals and on-ice scoring chances from the Sharks' 4-1 loss to Calgary on Thursday night.

Derek Leung

Complete scoring chance summary

Team Period Time Note Home Away State
Home 1 13:52 Galiardi backhand from Wideman on 2on1, save 3 6 8 23 31 39 7 10 32 38 61 83 5v5
Home 1 12:22 Jones deflection from Hudler on 3on2, save 5 7 11 24 31 54 5 8 19 32 44 88 5v5
Home 1 10:20 Stempniak rebound from Backlund, goal 4 11 22 24 31 44 9 12 22 32 52 57 5v5
Away 1 6:34 Burns off turnover, save 3 11 24 31 44 54 7 9 12 32 61 88 5v5
Away 1 3:41 Wingels on 2on1, miss 5 7 23 31 39 54 5 12 32 44 57 83 5v5
Home 2 19:36 Stempniak from Russell, miss 4 11 22 24 31 44 5 9 12 32 44 57 5v5
Away 2 19:01 Pavelski backhand from Burns, save 5 7 17 18 31 54 7 8 19 32 61 88 5v5
Away 2 16:44 Demers from Thornton, save 4 15 16 31 38 44 5 8 19 32 44 88 5v5
Away 2 15:07 McCarthy wraparound from Sheppard, save 5 7 15 16 31 38 15 22 32 43 52 76 5v5
Away 2 14:28 Boyle from Thornton, miss 5 7 15 16 31 38 15 19 22 32 52 76 5v5
Away 2 14:23 Pavelski from Thornton, miss 5 7 15 16 31 38 8 19 22 32 52 76 5v5
Away 2 13:41 Pavelski from Thornton, save (5v4 PP) 3 17 18 31 44 5 8 12 19 22 32 4v5
Away 2 13:33 Thornton deflection from Boyle, save (5v4 PP) 3 17 18 31 44 5 8 12 19 22 32 4v5
Away 2 7:31 Sheppard breakaway from Braun, save 5 7 8 17 18 31 5 15 32 43 44 76 5v5
Home 2 3:26 Russell from Stempniak, save (5v4 PP) 4 7 18 22 31 39 7 10 32 43 61 5v4
Home 3 19:42 Hudler one-timer from Backlund, save 4 11 22 24 31 44 5 12 32 44 57 76 5v5
Away 3 19:25 Hayes from Marleau, goal 4 11 22 24 31 44 5 12 32 44 57 76 5v5
Home 3 19:16 Jones from Stajan, goalpost 5 7 17 18 31 54 7 8 19 32 61 88 5v5
Away 3 14:40 Burns backhand from Demers, save 5 7 17 18 31 54 5 19 32 43 44 88 5v5
Home 3 13:16 Russell from Stempniak, save 4 11 22 24 31 44 12 22 32 52 57 76 5v5
Home 3 13:11 Backlund one-timer from Hudler, save 4 11 22 24 31 44 12 22 32 52 57 76 5v5
Home 3 7:01 Monahan deflection from Colborne, goal 3 6 8 23 31 39 5 8 12 32 44 76 5v5
Away 3 6:18 Thornton off turnover, save 5 7 17 18 31 54 8 19 22 32 52 88 5v5
Home 3 5:05 Galiardi from Monahan, save 3 6 8 23 31 39 5 15 32 38 44 83 5v5
Away 3 3:52 Thornton deflection from Pavelski, save 5 7 17 18 31 54 8 19 22 32 52 88 5v5
Home 3 0:26 Hudler deflection from Wideman, miss 3 6 11 22 24 31 9 10 32 44 61 83 5v5

On-ice scoring chances for and against

# Player EV PP SH
5 DEMERS, JASON 15:29 5 5 01:22 2 0 01:14 0 0
7 STUART, BRAD 17:15 2 2 00:00 0 0 02:28 0 1
8 PAVELSKI, JOE 16:42 5 3 01:11 2 0 00:36 0 0
9 HAVLAT, MARTY 10:29 1 3 00:49 0 0 00:00 0 0
10 DESJARDINS, ANDREW 12:12 0 2 00:00 0 0 02:23 0 1
12 MARLEAU, PATRICK 13:13 3 6 01:11 2 0 00:32 0 0
15 SHEPPARD, JAMES 11:57 3 1 00:00 0 0 00:00 0 0
19 THORNTON, JOE 17:32 7 2 01:11 2 0 00:00 0 0
22 BOYLE, DAN 20:16 5 3 01:22 2 0 00:18 0 0
32 STALOCK, ALEX 12 11 2 0 0 1
38 KEARNS, BRACKEN 13:57 0 2 00:00 0 0 01:08 0 0
43 MCCARTHY, JOHN 12:16 3 0 00:00 0 0 01:46 0 1
44 VLASIC, MARC-EDOUARD 17:00 5 6 00:00 0 0 01:14 0 0
52 IRWIN, MATT 20:03 5 3 00:38 0 0 00:18 0 0
57 WINGELS, TOMMY 11:02 2 5 00:49 0 0 01:03 0 0
61 BRAUN, JUSTIN 17:31 2 3 00:00 0 0 02:28 0 1
76 HAYES, ERIAH 13:44 5 4 00:00 0 0 00:00 0 0
83 NIETO, MATT 13:45 1 3 00:49 0 0 00:32 0 0
88 BURNS, BRENT 16:32 6 2 00:38 0 0 00:00 0 0

Team scoring chance totals

Period Totals EV 5v4 PP 5v3 PP 4v5 SH 3v5 SH
1 2 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 8 2 6 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
3 4 7 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ovr 14 12 12 11 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Head-to-head scoring chances

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  • San Jose actually had a rather dominant second period (fueled in part, no doubt, by the Flames sitting on a two-goal lead) but somehow couldn't beat Karri Ramo. The damage was done by that point at any rate.
  • Mikael Backlund is a player I've thought highly of for a long time and he had a whale of a game last night, ripping the Wingels/Marleau/Havlat line to shreds. Despite a great game the night before in Edmonton, Marty Havlat was as much a part of the problem with that trio through two periods as anyone and, as a result, lost his spot to Eriah Hayes prior to the third.
  • James Sheppard quietly had himself a really effective game. In addition to a +2 scoring chance differential, he had the best Corsi% among forwards not on the Thornton line and brought the puck into the offensive zone while retaining possession on all four of his entries. As long as he's healthy, there's absolutely no reason for him not to be in the lineup every night. I'd argue he deserves third-line minutes over Andrew Desjardins or Bracken Kearns at this point, at least until these injuries subside.