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SJHN Daily: Gushchin Plays 5 Games in 6 Nights

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Danil Guhchin has just completed played five games in six days.

Spanning from Mar. 31 through Apr. 5, Guschin would play three games for the San Jose Barracuda and two games with the San Jose Sharks, including his NHL debut.

His NHL debut came against the Arizona Coyotes on Apr. 1. In 16:34 TOI, the 22-year-old scored his first career goal with a terrific short-side shot.

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In the five total games played, Gushchin had three goals in the AHL and one goal and one assist in the NHL.

On the seventh day, Gushchin will finally get a break, as the San Jose Sharks recalled Adam Raska to play against the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday night.

AT SAN JOSE HOCKEY NOW…

A come-from-behind overtime loss to the reigning champions shows the San Jose Sharks aren’t willing to tank.

Danil Gushchin made a strong push to stay in the NHL.

Alexander Barabanov‘s season is likely over due to an upper-body injury.

Per a SJHN source, the Sharks are in the process of signing goalie prospect Magnus Chrona.

OTHER SHARKS NEWS…

HOF’er Brian Leetch was in San Jose this week:

Long-time Chicago native and San Jose Sharks fan Linda Riley got a special weekend in San Jose.

Adam Raska is up in the NHL and will play tonight.

Corey Masisak has begun to rank the San Jose Sharks’ top prospects, beginning with Nos. 20-15.

AROUND THE NHL…

The Colorado Avalanche clinched a playoff spot on Tuesday with a 4-3 OT win over San Jose.

With the playoffs looming, the Florida Panthers continue to get help from the struggling Pittsburgh Penguins.

Carter Hart is expected to return to the lineup for the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday.

Detroit Red Wings goalie Ville Husso posted his fourth shutout this season.

The Calgary Flames beat the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 in the biggest game of their season.

Marc-Andre Fleury has a chance to hurt the Pittsburgh Penguins’ playoff hopes tonight.

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Alex Killorn was fined $5,000 for a slash against the New York Rangers on Wednesday.

Minnesota Wild superstar Kirill Kaprizov is close to returning.

Toronto Maple Leafs trade acquisition Ryan O’Reilly is returning to the lineup tonight for the first time since Mar. 4.

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