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An Argument for Splitting Burns & Karlsson on Sharks’ Power Play



Credit: NBCS Bay Area

It should be easy money.

Step 1, put Erik Karlsson, the passer, at the top of the power play formation. Step 2, place right-hander Brent Burns, the shooter, on the left flank for the one-timer. Step 3, PROFIT.

For the San Jose Sharks, however, this investment has yet to pay a consistent yield. Is it time to split Karlsson and Burns on the power play…again?

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