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The Shift That’s ‘Microcosm’ of What Quinn Wants from Sharks (+)



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This is what David Quinn wants for the 8-16-5 San Jose Sharks.

“We’ve got to alter the way we think from an offensive perspective,” Quinn shared.

The Sharks didn’t do enough of that in their 6-5 OT loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday night.

The bench boss added: “Every situation when a puck is on your stick doesn’t mean it’s an offensive opportunity.”

But for one moment, Quinn’s two-way vision for the San Jose Sharks came together against the Canucks.

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