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Sharks’ Weekend Takeaways: Power Play Better, Blueline Problems



The San Jose Sharks opened the season in Prague with two losses to the Nashville Predators. What can we learn from David Quinn’s first games behind the bench? We analyze the good (Luke Kunin and Steven Lorentz), the great (Timo Meier and Tomas Hertl), and the not-so-much (defense) from the weekend, and how the San Jose Sharks’ new forward lines performed and were utilized, including Nick Bonino’s line getting 8 offensive zone starts on Saturday’s game (11:00). Plus, how did the new-look power play perform (19:00), and there are big questions along the blueline (21:00).

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