San Jose takes losing streak into game against Pittsburgh

Fri, Nov 3, 2023
NHL News (AP)

San Jose takes losing streak into game against Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Penguins (3-6, eighth in the Metropolitan Division) vs. San Jose Sharks (0-9-1, eighth in the Pacific Division)

San Jose, California; Saturday, 10 p.m. EDT

BOTTOM LINE: The San Jose Sharks play the Pittsburgh Penguins as losers of 10 games in a row.

San Jose went 22-44-16 overall and 8-22-11 at home last season. The Sharks averaged 2.7 power-play chances per game last season, and converted on 18.4% (41 total power-play goals).

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Pittsburgh had a 40-31-11 record overall and a 17-18-6 record on the road last season. The Penguins had a -2 goal differential last season, scoring 261 goals while giving up 263.

INJURIES: Sharks: Logan Couture: out (lower body), Matt Benning: out (undisclosed), Mitchell Russell: out (undisclosed), Alexander Barabanov: out (finger).

Penguins: John Ludvig: out (concussion), Mark Pysyk: out (lower-body), Will Butcher: out (undisclosed), Alex Nedeljkovic: out (lower-body).


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