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The San Jose Sharks and Detroit Red Wings played their 100th all-time regular season game on Tuesday, and the Sharks lost in overtime 3-2.

San Jose dropped their 3rd game in a row on the road.

Timo Meier scored his team-leading 28th goal of the season.

Meier has 2 goals and a fight in the last 3 games.

Erik Karlsson records 2 assists to reach 64 points on the season.

Kevin Labanc was finally added back into the lineup after missing 4 games as a healthy scratch (essentially "benched" for newer fans of Sharks hockey).

The Sharks continue to plummet in the standings and currently hold an 8.5% chance of winning the NHL draft lottery as the 5th worst team in the league. The Sharks will take on former team icon Brent Burns and the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday.


Teams 1st 2nd 3rd OT Total

SJ 0 2 0 0 2

DET 0 2 0 1 3

Team Stats

Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays

SJ 28 15 10 44.1% 4 5 0/1

DET 32 19 23 55.9% 8 3 0/2

Goal Summary

Period Time Team Strength Description

2nd 02:17 Even Adam Erne (6) Tip-In, assists: Dylan Larkin (27), Filip Hronek (26)

2nd 07:58 Even Timo Meier (28) Wrap-around, assists: Erik Karlsson (48), Tomas Hertl (29)

2nd 16:29 Even Michael Rasmussen (8) Snap Shot, assists: none

2nd 19:53 Even Logan Couture (17) Wrist Shot, assists: Erik Karlsson (49), Jaycob Megna (11)

OT 00:25 Even Andrew Copp (5) Wrist Shot, assists: Michael Rasmussen (14)

Penalty Summary

Period Time Type Min Description

1st 08:48 Minor 2 Jonatan Berggren Roughing against Steven Lorentz

1st 08:48 Minor 2 Noah Gregor Roughing against Andrew Copp

1st 16:25 Minor 2 Tomas Hertl Hooking against Dominik Kubalik

2nd 09:35 Minor 2 Dominik Kubalik Slashing against Noah Gregor

3rd 00:59 Minor 2 Marc-Edouard Vlasic Cross-checking against Michael Rasmussen

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