Goals are now suddenly at a premium, but the Sharks seemed to do all the little things right in their win against Montreal, especially on defense.
the Sharks, who played a near perfect road game in beating the Canadiens at Bell Centre on Saturday night, 2-0. Logan Couture scored twice and Antti Niemi made 22 saves for his second shutout in three games.
The Sharks offensive was not exactly dominant, but Logan Couture 's two goals proved sufficient as San Jose dropped Montreal 2-0 Saturday.
The San Jose Sharks lost their perfect record to the Stars as Joe Pavelski, Logan Couture and Brent Burns were shut out in the shootout.
Where they stand Sharks : 0-0-0, 0 points Canucks : 0-0-0, 0 points Probable lines Sharks Tyler Kennedy – Logan Couture – Patrick Marleau Tomas Hertl – Joe Thornton – Brent Burns Matt Nieto – Joe Pavelski – Tommy Wingels James Sheppard
After back-to-back 30-goal efforts in his first two full seasons, the 24-year-old could be primed to elevate himself to superstar status in 2013-14.
scoring lines. There's the established veteran core of Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau and Joe Pavelski; rising star Logan Couture ; highly publicized defenseman-turned-winger Brent Burns; and now promising rookies Tomas Hertl and Matt Nieto
Shark's defenseman Dan Boyle scored two goals to go along with Logan Couture 's two assists in the Shark's 6-5 preseason win.
The Sharks' five-some of Joe Pavelski, Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau, Logan Couture and Dan Boyle already looks to be in midseason form.
s ready for the NHL. His head coach likes that self-assurance. A power play goal while playing on a line with Logan Couture and Patrick Marleau certainly doesn't hurt his chances. "He's playing like he wants to make the team," Todd
a 3-2 win in Vancouver on Monday. The club's top two lines didn't make the trip, so look for Joe Thornton, Logan Couture , Patrick Marleau, Tyler Kennedy and Raffi Torres to skate in at least one of the two games at the SAP Center.
The Sharks held their final scrimmage on Saturday and the white team, led by Logan Couture , emerged victorious in a shootout.
Logan Couture says he wants to be a Shark for a long time, and details of his contract extension ensure the emerging leader's desires.
Details of Logan Couture 's contract have emerges, which will keep the All-Star forward in San Jose through the 2018-19 season.
Logan Couture has one more year on his current contract, but he has agreed to an extension that will keep him in San Jose beyond 2014.
Star center Logan Couture wants to stay, and the Sharks most certainly want to keep him in San Jose. It's time to get it done.
The Sharks aren't making excuses, but reports are surfacing that indicate the team took on the Kings nursing significant injuries.
In his postgame press conference following the Game 7 loss, Todd McLellan still had the end of Game 2 on his mind, when the Kings scored two late power play goals to shock the Sharks, 4-3.
Did Kings captain Dustin Brown take a dive in Game 4 as Logan Couture has suggested? Plus, Drew Doughty praises Brent Burns.
Brent Burns and Logan Couture provided the offense, and the Sharks held off a late surge to even the series at two games apiece.
The two days off between games have been good for Game 3 hero Logan Couture and Jason Demers, who hasn't played in the postseason.