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On Patrick Marleau’s Record, Top Moments & Legacy

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KyleErik, and JD review Patrick Marleau’s big night. We look back at where we were when Marleau started playing for the San Jose Sharks, his current iron man streak, and some of his biggest career moments. We examine his legacy, where he ranks on our personal all-time favorite San Jose Sharks players list and if he is a Hall of Famer.

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david barnard

Owen Nolan-actually got to speak with him while at a local golf tournament-was so alpha and a favorite, but PM was my #1 until he left for TOR. i just liked the fact that he was the best player drafted by the Sharks and played so long for us. he was a quiet professional and i also always felt he was too singled out by the media.

i agree that he needed to the longevity record to push him over the top for the HHoF. o also agree that this is his NHL farewell tour.

Orrnumber4

Even in 2003-2004, Nabokov was the Sharks’s best player.

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