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Erik Karlsson Goes Wild

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Erik tries to pour cold water on JD‘s enjoyment of Erik Karlsson’s night. We analyze the defenseman’s night, how the San Jose Sharks were able to outplay the Minnesota Wild, and what lines drove the play. We break down the minutes and shifts of the San Jose Sharks forwards (11:00) and the Dylan Gambrell line’s chemistry (15:00). We also investigate the defensive pairings (18:00), the Tankathon standings (22:00), and talk about Patrick Marleau’s all-time games played record (26:00).

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[…] The San Jose Sharks came out victorious over the Minnesota Wild in a shootout. The Locked On Sharks Podcast breaks down the win. (San Jose Hockey Now) […]

[…] The San Jose Sharks came out victorious over the Minnesota Wild in a shootout. The Locked On Sharks Podcast breaks down the win. (San Jose Hockey Now) […]

david barnard

i’m sure if you asked him, he’d like to be appreciated for at least decent defense. i always argued that EK65 should be judged not on his pure defense, but on his ability to continue to make more high end plays than not, because that’s why he was brought here. he’s not here to clear the crease of big bodied forwards and lay people out. EK65 is a puck mover/puck distributor first and foremost. it’s nice to see him shoot and score, but if he can set up a F with a great scoring chance, i think that’s more important.… Read more »

Sheng Peng

I believe since his return from groin injury, they’ve tapered off Karlsson’s DZ usage, given it more to Ferraro-Burns. Agree on Simek

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