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The Day After: How Quinn Approached Sharks Practice After 10-1 Loss, 0-9-1 Start (+)

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David Quinn has no choice but to pick up the pieces of the San Jose Sharks.

After all, while the Sharks are 0-9-1, there are 72 games left in the year.

So after San Jose got steamrolled by Vancouver Canucks 10-1 on Thursday night, another rock-bottom in a season of rock-bottoms, I wondered how the bench boss would approach the next practice.

Would he raise his volume? Would he give the beleaguered Sharks a day off? Would he shake up the lines?

He didn’t really do any of that. Instead, he complimented my blazer.

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