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Highlight of the Night: Marleau blows past the Penguins

Patrick Marleau helped the Sharks mount a comeback on Pittsburgh by jetting up the ice for a shorthanded goal and two of the best players in the world were powerless to stop him.
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

San Jose and Pittsburgh had a classic tilt last night as two of the best teams in the NHL duked it out. The Sharks won 5-3, thanks in part to Patrick Marleau's shorthanded goal, which saw the veteran undress Evgeni Malkin while Sidney Crosby looked on.

Crosby was a stunning minus-5 on the evening for the Penguins, who blew a third period lead on two separate occasions.



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