San Jose Sharks Report at All-Star Break
At the beginning of the season, the San Jose Sharks had a bitter taste in their mouths about losing in the Stanley Cup Finals last season. They want to win the west again this season and maybe claim the gold. With the Sharks having a 31-17-2 record with 64 points, it will certainly help the cause. San Jose also sits in first place in the Pacific Division.
They have scored 135 goals this season and given up 116. Martin Jones has been solid between the pipes this season. He is 25-15-2 with a 2.25 GAA .916 save percentage and 2 shutouts.
Defenseman Brett Burns has 21 goals and 30 assists so far this season. He might win the Norris Trophy this season as the league's top defenseman. Joe Pavelski has 16 goals and 26 assists so far this season. Logan Couture has 17 goals and 16 assists so far this season.
This team hasn't scored a whole lot this season, but they have certainly played some solid defense. The Sharks are ranked 22nd in the NHL on the power play with a 16.6% rate. They ranked 14th in the NHL on the penalty kill with a 82.2% rate.